Education, politics and opinions about climate change evidence for interaction effects

  title={Education, politics and opinions about climate change evidence for interaction effects},
  author={L. Hamilton},
  journal={Climatic Change},
  • L. Hamilton
  • Published 2011
  • Economics
  • Climatic Change
  • U.S. public opinion regarding climate change has become increasingly polarized in recent years, as partisan think tanks and others worked to recast an originally scientific topic into a political wedge issue. Nominally “scientific” arguments against taking anthropogenic climate change seriously have been publicized to reach informed but ideologically receptive audiences. Reflecting the success of such arguments, polls have noted that concern about climate change increased with education among… CONTINUE READING

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