Charts of the month (March)

Our fav data viz finds from March

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The biggest story we’ll continue to harp on each month is that Biden and Trump remain deadlocked in polling, with the election a mere 7 months away.

With the polls split, it’s worth noting how voters’ attitudes on climate change are too. Outside of our climate tech echo chamber, climate change is far from a front-of-mind challenge for many Americans.

In other polling data, I found it remarkable that less than half of folks in the U.K. polled recently know that nuclear energy is a low-carbon energy resource. Sort of a stark reminder that often, it’s the basics that desperately need repeating and reporting, alongside the more complex ins-and-outs of climate work.

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