2020 National Survey
- Half consider taking care of nature to be important.
- 34% believe insect biodiversity is important.
- One-quarter think pollinators are declining.
- 32% are willing to make changes in their yard to support pollinators.
- One-third agree with their neighbors making changes in their yard.
Honeybees vs. Other Pollinators
40% of homeowners can identify a honeybee.
23% are concerned about pollinators other than honeybees.
19% consider honeybees more important because they make honey.
Yard Use and Maintenance
Important Aspects of Yard Maintenance
Trends and Potential Yard Changes
- 9% purchased pollinator friendly plants
- One-third applied pesticides to their yard
- 45% would plant six pollinator-friendly plants
- 29% would allow more flowering weeds
- One-quarter would stop using pesticides entirely
- 57% support their neighbor planting six pollinator friendly plants
1,321 Survey Participants
Prepared by Ana Gutierrez. For more information contact Dr. Jerrod Penn (firstname.lastname@example.org) or Dr. Jonathan Larson (email@example.com).