Psychographic and Demographic Insights (March 2014)

The American Climate Values Survey 2014 assesses climate and other values to provide information and insights for people who want to increase the effectiveness of their efforts to build public support for climate solutions. It is an ecoAmerica project in collaboration with Strategic Business Insights, supported by the Energy Foundation, The Nature Conservancy, Natural Resources Defense Council and the Skoll Global Threats find.

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Insights by Racial and Ethnic Groups (September 2014)

This report builds upon the results of the American Climate Values Survey 2014 report by uncovering the common and distinct climate change viewpoints, values, and beliefs of African, Asian, and Hispanic/Latino Americans vs. national averages and each other. This research is an ecoAmerica project in collaboration with Strategic Business Insights (SBI).

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American Climate Values 2014 Supplement: Faith and Climate Highlights (April 2015)

This report dives deeper into the results of American Climate Values 2014: Psychographic and Demographic Insights to understand the climate attitudes of Americans who describe their faith as an important or the most important part of their lives.

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American Climate Values 2014 Supplement: Health and Climate Highlights
(April 2015)

This supplementary report focuses on the results of American Climate Values 2014: Psychographic and Demographic Insights to understand the climate attitudes of Americans who identify strongly with the healthcare sector and greater health community.

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