Click on each article title below to read a summary of the paper and access the original publication.
This report investigates the effect that political candidates’ statements on global warming had on their final electoral success.
This study explores Americans’ skepticism of scientists’ opinions of global warming and their own subsequent opinions of global warming.
This report investigates the effect that selective exposure in the news media has on viewers’ opinions on global warming, comparing the impact of Fox and non-Fox television news.
This study explores how the choice of words used when discussing global warming had an impact on people’s attitudes on preparation for global warming. It analyzes various communication strategies that are used to advocate for preparation for global warming.
This publication compares Americans’ opinions of global warming and attitudes towards the government’s work to respond to global warming.
This report explores the level of public support for the government requiring or encouraging policies designed to reduce greenhouse emissions, as well as how their decisions are affected primarily by the cost of investing in new technologies.
This report explores whether word choice e.g. global warming vs. climate change, has a significant impact on a person’s response to a question.
This report explores whether recently conducted opinion polls mask the level of concern the American public has about the environment, by analyzing the word choice of the questions.
This report explores the correlation between knowledge of a public issue, specifically global warming, and level of concern for that issue.
Similarly to the report above, this report explores the relationship between the level of knowledge of a public issue, and the concern the public has for that issue.
This report describes the impact that the Fall 1997 debate in Kyoto, Japan about global warming had on the way Americans perceived the issue.
Reports of Surveys
Click on each survey report title below to read a summary of the report and access the original publication.
- Americans Back Preparation for Extreme Weather and Sea-level Rise (2013) Topline
- Majority of Americans Continue to Believe that Global Warming is Real (2010)
- Featuring Skeptics in News Media Stories Reduces Public Beliefs in the Seriousness of Global Warming (2009)
- Fuel Costs Boost Conservation Efforts; 7 in 10 Reducing “Carbon Footprint (2008)
- America’s Report Card on the Environment: Second Annual Report (2007)
- Concern Soars About Global Warming As World’s Top Environmental Threat (2007)
- Global Warming: The Buck Stops Here (2007)
- Intensity Spikes in Concern on Warming; Many See A Change in Weather Patterns (2006)
News Articles Authored by Jon Krosnick
Click on each news article title below to read the and access the news source where it originally appeared.