Cross-national variation in determinants of climate change concern

@article{Lewis2018CrossnationalVI,
  title={Cross-national variation in determinants of climate change concern},
  author={Gregory B. Lewis and Risa I. Palm and Bo Feng},
  journal={Environmental Politics},
  year={2018},
  volume={28},
  pages={793 - 821}
}
ABSTRACT Our understanding of the determinants of public concern about climate change relies heavily on survey research in the United States. But can those findings be generalized to the rest of the world? Analysis of the Pew Research Center’s 2015 Global Attitudes Survey shows fairly similar patterns in the English-speaking Western democracies and, to a lesser extent, western Europe, but party identification and political ideology matter much less in most of the globe, and demographic factors… 
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