Attitudes to climate change: results of an online survey
This 22-page report outlines results from an online survey of the attitudes to climate change of more than 5000 Australian participants.
These two reports are part of a longitudinal research program seeking to understand what and how Australians think about climate change and some climate change relevant behaviours.
The first survey was undertaken in July and August of 2010 with 1355 people. The second survey was undertaken in July and August of 2011 with 5030 people. The second report analyses changes in attitudes since the previous survey 12 months earlier.
The survey is due to be repeated in July 2012.