Opinion of U.S. millennials on government's role in curbing climate change 2016

This statistic shows the opinion of U.S. millennials on whether the government should be doing more to curb climate change, even at the expense of economic growth. Fifteen percent of U.S. millennials in 2016 strongly agreed that the government should do more to stop climate change, regardless of its effect on economic growth.

Opinion of U.S. millennials on whether the government should do more to curb climate change, even at the expense of economic growth as of 2016

Share of respondents
Strongly agree15%
Somewhat agree22%
Neither agree nor disagree39%
Somewhat disagree11%
Strongly disagree9%
Declined to answer4%
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Source

Release date

April 2016

Region

United States

Survey time period

March 18 to April 3, 2016

Number of respondents

3,183 respondents

Age group

18-29 years

Method of interview

Online survey

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