Party is a greater differentiator than age in Americans' views about the environment, as the gaps on multiple measures between young and older Republicans are smaller than the gaps between every age group of Republicans and their Democratic counterparts. Still, unlike the homogeneity of Democrats when it comes to concerns about the environment, young Republicans worry more and are more likely than older members of their party to believe that the effects of climate change have begun.
Independents are similarly divided by age in their worry about the environment, though their degree of concern is higher than Republicans'. Yet, majorities of independents across age groups believe global warming is already having an effect.
Republicans aged 18 to 34 are significantly more worried than older Republicans about the quality of the environment. https://t.co/hqFLROA4Uk pic.twitter.com/h8YACMiCnM— GallupNews (@GallupNews) July 25, 2022