March 15: How Americans view climate change
65% of Democrats say combatting climate change should be a top priority for Biden and Congress this year, compared to 11% of Republicans.
Source: Pew Research
Published: February 2022
How Americans view climate change
Combatting global climate change ranks relatively low on the public’s priority list, with deep partisan division:
65% of Democrats say it should be a top priority for Biden and Congress this year, compared to 11% of Republicans.
Views also differ by age. Adults under 30 are the only age group in which a majority (54%) say climate change should be a top priority.
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