Data from: Increasing belief but issue fatigue: changes in Australian Household Climate Change Segments between 2011 and 2016

Mark Morrison, Kevin Parton, Don W. Hine & Donald W. Hine
We applied the segmentation methodology developed by Leiserowitz, Maibach, and Roser-Renouf (2009) to national Australian samples collected in 2011 (n=1927) and 2016 (n=2503). In both samples we identified six Australian household segments which we labelled alarmed, concerned, cautious, disengaged, doubtful and dismissive. Between the two periods, we found the proportion of households in the alarmed and concerned segments was stable; however there was a decrease (28% to 20%) in the proportion of households in the...
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