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54% of nonbelievers completely agree with the idea that the government needs to do more to address climate change; 28% mostly agree. Jewish and other non-Christians all overwhelmingly agree that the government must do more.

Protestants and non-Catholic Christians are the least likely to agree with this idea, but most still believe that the government should do more to address climate change.

"Nic Frame is a sociology Ph.D. candidate at Purdue University. Their research focuses on non-religion, social movements, identity, and politics. Currently, their dissertation explores the nuances of the...

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