The March 2015 Climate Change in the American Mind study asks questions about global climate change issues, including its causes and effects, how to prevent it, and how it relates to one’s own personal beliefs and convictions.  There are also questions about trust in politicians, support for various energy policies, and whether or not people are responsible for the Earth and its natural resources.

This survey was conducted by GfK Knowledge Networks for the Yale University Project on Climate Change Communication and the George Mason University Center for Climate Change Communication.  Explore the results of the Climate Change in the American Mind in iPOLL.