Public Resource
Poll: Arizona's Views on Climate Change
University of Arizona and Stanford University.

A large majority of Arizona residents believe global temperatures are rising (74%) and that this rise is at least partly caused by human activity (78%.) 75% of people believe global warming will be a serious problem for Arizona, and will hurt future generations if nothing is done to reduce it in the future. More that 70% believe the U.S. and Arizona governments should take action on global warming and limit the amount of greenhouse gases emitted by businesses. Women, Hispanics, and people under the age of 35 were more concered about global warming and more supportive of action than other demographic groups.