RESULTS

U.S. National Report

The purpose of the America’s Wildlife Values¬†project was to assess the social context of wildlife management in the U.S. to understand the growing conflict around wildlife management. It is the first study of its kind to describe how U.S. residents within and across all 50 states think about wildlife, and how changing perspectives shape the wildlife profession. Findings in this project build on three sources of data: 2004 data on public values from the 19-state Wildlife Values in the West study (n=12,673); 2018 data on public values from all 50 U.S. states (n=43,949); and 2018 data on fish and wildlife agency culture from 28 states (n=9,770). The U.S. national report of select findings is available by clicking download below.

State Level Reports

Detailed findings for all 50 states and governance/agency culture for 30 states are available via the interactive map.

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