A recent Gallup poll found that only 18% of young adults in the United States say they are “extremely proud” to be American. This is a significant decline from the 70% of young adults who said the same in 2003.
There are a number of factors that could be contributing to this decline in national pride among young adults. One factor is the political polarization in the United States. The two major political parties have become increasingly divided in recent years, and this division has led to a great deal of anger and resentment among young people.
Another factor is the rise of social media. Social media has made it easier for young people to be exposed to negative news about the United States. This news can include stories about crime, poverty, and political corruption.
Finally, the United States is facing a number of challenges, both domestically and internationally. These challenges include the COVID-19 pandemic, the war in Ukraine, and the growing economic inequality in the United States. These challenges can make it difficult for young people to feel proud of their country.
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