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Poll: Fifty percent of Americans shop with climate change on the mind

June 22, 2013

Poll: Fifty percent of Americans shop with climate change on the mind

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.

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.

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