This very week, Gallup begun it’s report on the survey below. On 4th July 2018 marked a low point in United States patriotism. This was the first time in history Gallup is making a survey by asking the U.S adults how and why they are proud to be Americans, indeed, the majority said they feel so proud.
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Forget social media, forget what is shown on your TV screens. On the 242nd birthday for America, the numbers displayed on the survey chart below must be a lot higher.
Presently, 47 percent gives a detail of themselves like this, down from 51 percent in 2017 and well below the top of 70 percent in 2003.
- 72% felt proud to be citizens of United States.
- 42% feel proud of United States at the moment.
When we start combining US with partisan forces on both sides, they have won. The strength of United States has been that, it exceeds the fevers, passion and confusion of the movement.
Why people consider United States!
Everyday, 2.5 million Americans board 42,000 flights.
25% of the American people do volunteer work
The United States government spends nearly $50 billion which is about 1% of the total federal budget to help solve challenges of humanity around the world.
United States citizens are inclusive of the 39% of the world population.
Violent crime in United States has reduced so much over the century of the past quarter.
America is gifted with a strong economy and stock market, it spent over $400 billion in charitable donation for a single year for the first time.
In US, approximately 1.3 million are in active military and 20 million of them once served in military, but according to Pentagon, the percentage of American people with personal experience, veterans or service members has reduced steeply since 1973 when the volunteer military just begun.
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