Perceptions of Climate Change, Energy Choices & Health in Maryland, Summer 2013

In Summer 2013, we surveyed 2,126 Maryland residents on their attitudes, behaviors, and policy preferences regarding energy and climate change, and the implications of these issues for public health. By randomly sampling across each of the state’s four distinct geographical and cultural regions, we are able to generalize to these areas, and the state as a whole.

We have released two reports based on the results of this survey.

The first report focuses on the health implications of energy choices and climate change in Maryland. The report can be downloaded here: Public health, energy and climate change: A survey of Maryland residents, summer 2013.

The second report focuses on Marylanders' attitudes, behaviors, and policy preferences regarding energy and climate change. The report can be downloaded here: Climate change & energy – Public attitudes, behaviors and policy support: A survey of Maryland residents, summer 2013.