A majority of Democrats did not agree with the statement “America is the greatest country in the world” in a new poll.
A national poll from the New York Times and Siena College found only 37% of Democrat respondents believed the United States to be uniquely great.
Approximately 55% of Democrats agreed with the statement “America is a great country but not the greatest,” and another 7% responded that the U.S. is “not a great country.”
Approximately 1% did not give an opinion.
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In the same poll, 69% of Republicans called the U.S. the “greatest country in the world.” An additional 24% called the U.S. great but not “the greatest,” and only 5% of Republicans said the U.S. is not a great country.
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Approximately 2% did not give an opinion.
The poll results are the latest from the New York Times and Siena College showing tense divisions between ideological groups within the U.S.
According to a recent New York Times/Siena poll, 70% of registered voters strongly or somewhat oppose instruction on sexual orientation and gender identity in elementary school. Younger voters were more open to the topic, but 51% of those age 18-29 opposed or strongly opposed public schools teaching the subject.
Fox News’ Kelsey Koberg contributed to this report.
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