Polling conducted in August of 2020 reports that American voters hold a positive and very pragmatic view on working with China to make the clean energy transition and limit global warming
A survey of 1,517 registered U.S. voters for Climate Week on the role of climate change in the 2020 election.
A survey of 1,984 registered U.S. voters on support for stimulus funding for water programs and concerns about water pollution, as well as opinions on a United States-China partnership on clean energy and climate change.
A survey of 9,087 registered U.S. voters on support for stimulus funding and legislative climate action.
A survey of 1,917 registered U.S. voters on the novel coronavirus and support for state and federal response.
A survey of 1,934 registered voters in states with Democratic primaries and caucuses between February 22 and March 17, 2020, on climate change, climate policies, and the 2020 election.
A survey of 2208 registered voters in the United States on climate change, climate impacts and support for policies to reduce carbon pollution.
A survey of 1,939 registered U.S. voters on electric vehicles and support for EV tax incentives.