Question Wording: Economic Side Effects

Below is the specific wording for each graphic on the “Economic Side Effects” page.

Graph: Percent of Americans Who Believed That the U.S. Government Taking Action On Global Warming Will Hurt the U.S. Economy
Graph: Percent of Americans Who Believed That Taking Action On Global Warming Will Help the U.S. Economy

(2009, June 2010) “Do you think that the United States doing things to reduce global warming in the future would hurt the U.S. economy, would help the economy, or would have no effect on the U.S. economy?”

(November 2010) [random quarter of sample] “Do you think that the United States doing things to reduce global warming in the future would hurt the U.S. economy, would help the economy, or would have no effect on the U.S. economy?”

(November 2010) [another random quarter of sample] “Do you think that the United States doing things to reduce global warming in the future would help the U.S. economy, would hurt the economy, or would have no effect on the U.S. economy?”

(2013-2015, 2018, 2020) [random half of sample] “Do you think that the United States doing things to reduce global warming in the future would hurt the U.S. economy, would help the economy, or would have no effect on the U.S. economy?”

(2013-2015, 2018, 2020) [other half of sample] “Do you think that the United States doing things to reduce global warming in the future would help the U.S. economy, would hurt the economy, or would have no effect on the U.S. economy?”

Graph: Percent of Americans Who Believed That the Government Taking Action On Global Warming Will Increase the Number of Jobs in the Country
Graph: Percent of Americans Who Believed That the Government Taking Action On Global Warming Will Decrease the Number of Jobs in the Country

(2009, June 2010, November 2010, 2020) “Do you think that the United States doing things to reduce global warming in the future would cause there to be more jobs for people around the country, would cause there to be fewer jobs, or wouldn’t affect the number of jobs for people around the country?”

Graph: Percent of Americans Who Believed That the Government Taking Action On Global Warming Will Affect the Number of Jobs in Their State

(2010, 2020) “Do you think that the United States doing things to reduce global warming in the future would cause there to be more jobs for people in the State where you live, would cause there to be fewer jobs in the State where you live, or wouldn’t affect the number of jobs for people in the State where you live?”

Percent of Americans Who Believed That the Government Taking Action about Global Warming Will Affect the Economy in Their State

(November 2010) “Do you think that the United States doing things to reduce global warming in the future would hurt the economy in the State where you live, would help the economy in the State where you live, or would have no effect on the economy in the State where you live?”

Graph: Percent of Americans Who Believed That the U.S. Government Taking Action About Global Warming Will Affect the Amount of Money They Have

(2020) [random half of respondents] Do you think that the United States doing things to reduce global warming in the future would cause you to have more money, would cause you to have less money, or would not affect the amount of money you have?

(2020) [other half of respondents] Do you think that the United States doing things to reduce global warming in the future would cause you to have less money, would cause you to have more money, or would not affect the amount of money you have?

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Graph: Percent of Americans Who Believed That the U.S. Government Taking Action About Global Warming Will Affect Their Likelihood of Having a Good-Paying Job

(2020) [random half of respondents] Do you think that the United States doing things to reduce global warming in the future would make it more likely that you have a good-paying job, would make it less likely that you have a good-paying job, or would not affect whether you have a good-paying job?

(2020) [random half of respondents] Do you think that the United States doing things to reduce global warming in the future would make it less likely that you have a good-paying job, would make it more likely that you have a good-paying job, or would not affect whether you have a good-paying job?