Researchers found that views on the issue of global warming could be categorized into six different groups based on similar beliefs, attitudes and behaviors about climate change.
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A new survey on attitudes toward climate change has discovered that half of all Americans at least occasionally consider environmental impacts when deciding whether or not to buy a product.
In April, researchers from the Yale Project on Climate Change Communication and the George Mason University Center for Climate Change Communication polled 1,045 adults over 18 years old.