Three in four Utahns believe in climate change

A good-size majority of Utahns say they believe in climate change, but some skepticism remains. Unsurprisingly, voters who lean left in their ideology were far more likely to cite a belief in climate change than voters who said they were "very conservative." But in a turn, climate skepticism was more prevalent in the youngest subset of Utahns than among many of their older counterparts.

Q: Do you believe climate change is real?


Ages 18-24

Ages 25-34

Ages 35-44

Ages 45-54

Ages 55-64


Very Conservative

Somewhat Conservative


Somewhat Liberal

Very Liberal

Source: Dan Jones & Associates talked to 605 registered voters from Oct. 10-13. The poll has a margin of error of +/- 3.98 percentage points.