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Multi-dimensional partisanship shapes climate policy support and behaviors
Partisanship is one of the largest and most studied social barriers to climate change mitigation in the United States. Here we expand conceptualizations of 'left-right' or 'Republican-Democrat' towards understanding partisanship as a multidimensional social identity with both negative and positive elements. Partisan support or opposition for climate action can be driven by identification with the partisan in-group (positive or 'expressive' partisanship), as well as perceived threats from thedoi:10.31219/osf.io/b426n fatcat:qw2vzzmgb5bihntfxniycaf3li