The Ipsos Climate Change Report (2007-2022)

Every year, Ipsos surveys Australians to understand changes in our attitudes and sentiments relating to climate change and other environmental issues.

The Ipsos Climate Change Report

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The latest report | The Ipsos Climate Change Reports 2015 - 2022 | Press releases
Related articles | Technical notes

Open the 2022 Ipsos Climate Change Report

The latest report - 2022

At the start of a year when Australians will go to the polls for state and federal elections, it is timely to reflect on public attitudes about climate change and energy policies.

This latest report uncovers a growing momentum for action on climate change and acceptance of the role of humans in causing it. We also find that the majority of Australians believe that they will not be negatively impacted by a move towards renewables and that support for climate action by the government is on the rise.

The Ipsos Climate Change Reports 2015 - 2022

PDFTHE IPSOS CLIMATE CHANGE REPORT - 2022
PDFTHE IPSOS CLIMATE CHANGE REPORT - 2020
PDFTHE IPSOS CLIMATE CHANGE REPORT - 2018
PDFTHE IPSOS CLIMATE CHANGE REPORT - 2017
PDFTHE IPSOS CLIMATE CHANGE REPORT - 2016
PDFTHE IPSOS CLIMATE CHANGE REPORT - 2015

Press releases

  • 8 in 10 Australians are concerned about climate change with a clear public expectation of Government action. Read more
  • Globally the public ask: “What is the plan to tackle climate change?” Read more

Technical notes

The Ipsos Climate Change Report is conducted annually via the online Ipsos Omnibus panel. In prior years this study has also been administered via a stand alone online survey via Ipsos Digital. Each year approximately 1000 Australian adults aged 18+ are asked to select environmental issues facing the nation and a series of questions related to climate change. Data is weighted to match the profile of the population.

The precision of Ipsos online polls are calculated using a credibility interval with a poll of 1,000 accurate to +/- 3.5 percentage points and of 500 accurate to +/- 4.8 percentage points. For more information on the Ipsos use of credibility intervals, please visit  www.ipsos.com/sites/default/files/2017-03/IpsosPA_CredibilityIntervals.pdf

Polling Methodology Disclosure Statements

APC Quality Logo Ipsos believes in transparency around the polling we undertake. Further to this, and as a founding member of the Australian Polling Council, we are pleased to comply with the Council’s Code of Conduct, including making available a Methodology Disclosure Statement around each of the our published polls, including our Ipsos Issues Monitor. These statements can be accessed here.

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