90% of Americans Think Democrats and Republicans Should Work Together on Climate Change

Do Americans prefer to accept a partisan divide on climate, or would they rather see Republicans and Democrats work together to address it? In our September American Climate Perspectives Survey, ecoAmerica found that 90% of Americans are looking for policy makers to find a way to work together to address climate change. Even though Democrats hold the strongest climate values, Independents, who currently comprise the largest voting bloc, show promise as a formidable climate constituency. And, while Republicans trail on climate attitudes and support, nearly a third are more concerned about climate change than in previous elections. Find out more in our September American Climate Perspectives Survey