A new Gallup poll’s results find that American pride levels are at their lowest since Gallup started asking about it in 2001. Only 42% of those polled said they are “extremely proud” to be an American while 21% said they are “very proud.”
American pride has fallen to its lowest point in two decades of measurement by Gallup. Currently, 42% of U.S. adults are “extremely proud” to be American, and 21% are “very proud.” https://t.co/QsrM6di250
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Only 1/5 of all U.S. adults aged 18-29 said they were “extremely proud” to be American. The poll, consisting of Americans from all 50 states, found that 15% of Americans surveyed are “moderately proud” while 9% are “not proud at all” to be American.
The Gallup poll taken just before 9/11 in 2001 found that 55% of U.S. adults were proud to be an American.