U.S. adults' view on community influence on institutions' climate policy 2016

Confidence on collective ability to influence climate change actions of institutions among U.S. adults as of December 2018*

U.S. adults' view on community influence on institutions' climate policy 2016 This statistic shows the confidence among U.S. adults in their ability to collectively influence local and national decision makers to act on climate change as of December 2018. At this time, some 51 percent of respondents stated they were confident about affecting local businesses in their communities.
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Confidence on collective ability to influence climate change actions of institutions among U.S. adults as of December 2018*

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Percentage of respondents
Local businesses in your community51%
Local government50%
State government46%
Corporations39%
Federal government38%
Percentage of respondents
Local businesses in your community51%
Local government50%
State government46%
Corporations39%
Federal government38%
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This statistic shows the confidence among U.S. adults in their ability to collectively influence local and national decision makers to act on climate change as of December 2018. At this time, some 51 percent of respondents stated they were confident about affecting local businesses in their communities.
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