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Wednesday, June 12, 2019

Americans Say U.S. Moral Values Not Good and Getting Worse

Megan Brenan
news.gallup.com
Originally posted May 31, 2019

Americans continue to rate U.S. moral values negatively, on balance, and overwhelmingly agree that they are getting worse. These readings, from Gallup's May 1-12 Values poll, are the latest in the 18-year trend that shows similarly bleak findings.

Line graph. Americans’ views of moral values in the U.S. getting worse since 2002, currently 77%.

For the third consecutive year, 77% of Americans think moral values in the U.S. are getting worse, slightly below Gallup's all-time 82% high in 2007. Just 19% currently believe that morals are getting better.

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