NSAPOCC findings on public opinion of global warming receive international attention

March 1, 2012

The National Survey of American Public Opinion on Climate Change (NSAPOCC), which reports that more Americans are beginning to believe in global warming, has received attention in media outlets across the globe since it was released earlier this week.

The Associated Press story on the findings was published in dozens of online and print publications across the United States, including the Boston Globe, Chicago Tribune and Washington Post, as well as MSNBC.com.

The NSAPOCC is co-authored by Ford School professor of public policy and the environment Barry Rabe.

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