Special Report: Persuasion
Unpersuasive: Why arguing about climate change often doesn't work
In the US, where political parties have increasingly staked claims on one side of the issue or the other, beliefs may be more about belonging than facts
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Climate Change: US Public Opinion
Reviews research and data on attitudes about climate change. Finds that belief in the science, as well as concern and pressure for action, mirrors other issues in US politics as politically and ideologically partisan, and hard to change.