Canadians in every riding support climate action: new research - 2019-09-05

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F0.png Canadians in every riding support climate action: new research September 5, 2019, Matto Mildenberger, The Narwhal

Using recent statistical and political science advances, we can estimate Canadian opinion in every single riding across the country (except for the less densely populated territories, where data collection is sparse). And we've released on online tool so anyone can see how their local riding compares to others across the country.

Canadians are concerned about climate change

Our results reinforce what is increasingly clear: climate change is on the minds of Canadians, and not just in urban or coastal communities. A majority of Canadians in every single riding believe the climate is changing. The highest beliefs are in Halifax, where 93 per cent of the public believe climate change is happening.

And a majority of Canadians in all but three ridings think their province has already experienced the impacts of climate change. These beliefs are particularly high in Québec, where 79 per cent feel the impacts of climate change have already arrived.

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{{cite news | first = Matto | last = Mildenberger | title = Canadians in every riding support climate action: new research | url = https://thenarwhal.ca/canadians-in-every-riding-support-climate-action-new-research/ | work = The Narwhal | date = September 5, 2019 | accessdate = September 6, 2019 }}