Estimated share of adults who think global warming will harm them personally, by county, compared to the national average (43 percent)
A map of Texas counties showing the estimated share of adults who think global warming will harm them personally. The counties on the U.S.-Mexico border stand out as showing higher levels of concern over climate change compared to the national average.
Based on national surveys conducted between 2008 and 2020 of more than 25,000 U.S. adults. County-level estimates were created using a statistical model considering geography and demographic information.
Source:Source: Yale Program on Climate Change Communication