2019 U.S. Public Views on Climate and Energy
25 Percent Think the Sun Revolves Around the Earth
36 Percent Believe in UFOs
38 Percent of Americans Believe the Creationist (Anti-Evolution) View of Human Origins
A Look at What the Public Knows and Does Not Know About Science (Pew)
About Two-Thirds of Americans Get Their News on Social Media
Climate Misinformation May Be Thriving on YouTube
Comparison of Science Literacy Across Nations (2014)
Evolution is now accepted by a majority of Americans
Global Warming Attitudes Frozen Since 2016
High Number of Adults Unable To Do Basic Mathematical Tasks
Many People Don’t Know What Biodiversity Means
Only 28 Percent of Adults Currently Qualify as Scientifically Literate
Only 30 Percent of Americans Can Read and Understand the Science Section of The New York Times
Paranormal America 2018: Chapman Univ Survey
Public Knowledge about Science-Technology (NSF 2016)
Science Denialism in the 21rst Century
Science Teachers’ Grasp of Climate Change Is Found Lacking
Scientific Communication in a Post-Truth Society (2019)
Trust and Mistrust in Americans’ Views of Scientific Experts
U.S. Concern about Climate Change Is Rising, but Mainly among Democrats
U.S. Students Show No Improvement in Math, Reading, Science on International Exam
US Is Hotbed of Climate Change Denial
Why Are So Many 12th Graders Not Proficient In Reading and Math?
Yes, Flat-Earthers Really Do Exist
‘New Age’ Beliefs Common Among Both Religious and Nonreligious Americans
SftP News ROUNDUP Nov 12 - Nov 18
SftP News ROUNDUP Nov 19 - Nov 25
What Are the Key Outcomes of Cop27 Climate Summit?
Who Were the Worst Climate Polluters in the US in 2021?
COP27 Agrees to Historic ‘Loss and Damage’ Fund for Climate Impact In Developing Countries
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