They produced seven maps.
Climate Communication Project of Yale and the Climate Change Communication of George Mason Center jointly performed 12 surveys’ from 2008 to 2013 where numerous questions regarding global warming were asked and this data is compiled in map format.
These projections were compared to local and state surveys.
The findings revealed that people of Washington D.C are more worried about the
global warming and its consequences than other state people.
63 percent of the people of United States admit that they are feeling climate change while 81 percent of the people of Washington admit it.
52 percent of the people admit that they are worried about the effects of climate change at national level while 71 percent of Washington acknowledges the same fact.
“These differences are partly due to the fact that different groups often think differently about the issue,” said study lead author Peter Howe.
The people of America believe that the government should spend more on climate change factors and more funds to be allocated for carbon dioxide regulation and for the development of new sources of energy other than coal.