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I&I/TIPP Poll: Just 36% of Young People Are Proud To Be American

Terry Jones, the editor of Issues & Insights, discusses the findings of an I&I/TIPP poll on Americans' sense of national pride.

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Editor’s note: tippinsights gratefully acknowledges its collaboration with Issues & Insights on the simultaneous and exclusive release of this story.

Is pride in America a thing of the past? Not if you ask Americans. As the nation celebrates its 245th birthday, the first in a series of I&I/TIPP polls finds that 68% of adults say they are "very" or "extremely" proud to be an American, with another 15% "moderately" proud.

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