Well, only the public ones in MA in your case, or the public ones in CA in my case. Public education is funded on a state by state basis. I don't think the results would be very different if you restricted the survey to only climate scientists at private universities.
In terms of money there's a huge gap. The average researcher at Harvard, a very wealthy university, makes ~$50k/year according to a quick search, but lets double that an assume they all make $100k/year at all universities, even the ones that aren't Harvard. The paper
indicating that there was broad consensus when it came to climate change surveyed 1,372 scientists. They would make about $150 million/year. BP, just one oil company, made $24 billion last year. Just one oil company made 160 times what all the climate scientists surveyed would likely make, on the high end. Fossil fuels are a trillion dollar business, so if you compared the profits made by fossil fuel companies to the salaries of climate scientists around the world I imagine you're looking at a situation where the FF companies make thousands or tens of thousands more than climate scientists do. If anything, it's the FF companies that have the large financial incentives.