47 Percent Of Americans Feel Like ‘Strangers In Their Own Country’

47 Percent Of Americans Feel Like ‘Strangers In Their Own Country’

According to the 2018 American Values Survey released this week by PRRI, 47 percent of Americans feel as if they are “strangers in their own country.” The survey revealed that Democrats and Republicans have radially different visions of what a better America looks like and which era they would rather have lived in, and it is heavily partisan influenced: 60 percent of Democrats compared to 34 percent of Republicans believe American culture has improved since the 1950s. In contrast, 64 percent of Republicans believe it has mostly gotten worse.

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