Political polarization and environmental attitudes

There is evidence that in the United States popular attitudes about environmental problems have been shaped by elite polarization on environmental issues. Yet there has been little systematic analysis of the impact of elite polarization on environmental attitudes in other parts of the world. Sarah Birch discusses a general theory of the role of elite polarization in conditioning popular support for environmental protection.

  1. Political polarization and environmental attitudes Sarah Birch, King's College London


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