International attidutes toward climate change

The OECD and The Social Economics Lab at Harvard teamed up to understand why, and surveyed over 40 000 respondents across 20 of the world’s most carbon-emitting countries (representing 72% of global CO2 emissions).

United States scored the lowest at 76% public support. France, Germany and UK all scored above 80%, Japan was 89%, Italy and Korea were at 94%.