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Americans rate US moral values ​​as ‘poor’: Poll

According to the latest Gallup poll, 50% of Americans believe that moral values ​​in the country are “poor” with only 1% who think moral values ​​are “excellent”.

The study found that 37% of respondents said moral values ​​were “only right” and 12% felt they were “good”.

Figures from the Gallup Poll earlier revealed that on average since 2002, 43% of American adults rated moral values ​​as bad, with 38% calling them “fair” and 18% calling them “excellent” or ” good”.

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The report states that “the poor assessment of Republican moral values ​​is at its highest level since the trend began and rising sharply since Trump left office” at 72%.

Poll analysts said Americans also felt “pessimistic” about the future. The poll found that 93% of Republicans believed moral values ​​were getting worse.

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Significantly, the poll found Democrats have become more pessimistic since Biden’s first year in office.

In fact, in another poll by Morning Consult, the US president’s approval ratings had seen the biggest drop among young voters who helped him win the 2020 presidential election, with Biden’s poll numbers having fell 20% among voters aged 18 to 34 between January 2021 and June 2022.

The Gallup poll concluded that American citizens view moral values ​​in the United States as “dismal” and their expectations for the future as “gloomy”.

(With agency contributions)

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