In a survey conducted from the end of July to the second half of September 2023, the CVVM SOÚ AV ČR dealt with the long-standing and highly debated topic of climate change on Earth. We were interested in what the Czech public thinks about this topic. Just three-fifths (60%) of respondents are somewhat worried about the impacts of climate change (15% very worried, 445 somewhat worried), while 38% are not worried.
More than a half (51%) of respondents are interested in the issue of climate change, with 8% 'very interested' and 34% 'somewhat interested'. More than a quarter (27%) of respondents think that human activity contributes 'fundamentally' to climate change, 37% think it contributes 'a lot' and just under a third (31%) think it contributes 'a little'. Only 3% of respondents believe that human activity is 'not contributing at all' to climate change. 42% of respondents feel personally responsible for climate change on Earth, while the majority (56%) do not feel personally responsible.
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