Climate Change Polling Partnership
Climate Nexus, in partnership with the Yale University Program on Climate Change Communication and the George Mason University Center for Climate Change Communication, conducts polling on climate change, public policy and the energy transition.
View the latest climate change polling results
Arizona, February 2020
A survey of 539 registered Arizona voters on support for renewable energy and experiences with climate change and its impacts.
North Carolina, February 2020
A survey of 675 registered North Carolina voters on climate change impacts, including experiences with extreme weather, and support for renewable energy.
Colorado, February 2020
A survey of 485 registered Colorado voters on concerns about climate change and the local environment and support for increasing renewable energy.
Georgia, November 2019
A survey of 789 registered Georgia voters on experience with climate impacts and support for renewable energy.
Ohio, October 2019
A survey of 1,112 registered Ohio voters on impacts of climate change and support for expanding renewable energy.
Texas, September 2019
A survey of 1,660 registered Texas voters on impacts of climate change and support for increasing renewable energy.
Iowa, July 2019
A survey of 519 registered Iowa voters on impacts of climate change and support for renewable energy.
Michigan, July 2019
A survey of 820 registered Michigan voters on climate change and concerns about environment and infrastructure.
Florida, June 2019
A survey of 1,558 registered Florida voters on impacts of climate change and support for climate action.
Super Tuesday-Plus Poll, February 2020
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.
Six State Analysis, December 2019
A meta-analysis across six swing states analyzing attitudes about climate change, its impacts, and policies to address it.
National Poll, September 2019
A survey of 2208 registered voters in the United States on climate change, climate impacts and support for policies to reduce carbon pollution.
Electric Vehicles, April 2019
A survey of 1,939 registered U.S. voters on electric vehicles and support for EV tax incentives.