Where Americans (Mostly) Agree on Climate Change Policies, in Five Maps

This article discusses where Americans (Mostly) Agree on Climate Change Policies, in Five Maps.

Americans are politically divided over climate change, but there’s broader consensus around some of the solutions.

New data from the Yale Program on Climate Change Communication – in partnership with Utah State University and the University of California, Santa Barbara – show how Americans across the country view climate and energy policies.

Broad support for renewables has been found by other surveys, including one released this year by Pew Research Center, which called the strong national support for expanding solar and wind power “a rare point of bipartisan consensus in how the U.S. views energy policies.”

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