Leftists Teach HATRED of America

Reagan, Kevin Jackson, Freedom

American pride resonates with most segments of the population, though not with young adults, according to a new poll.

Only 36% of respondents aged 18 to 24 said they were very or extremely proud to be American, a new Issues & Insights/TechnoMetrica Institute of Policy and Politics survey found. That made the age group the only tracked demographic in which pride falls below 50%.

The poll found an almost identical percentage (35%) of the 18-24 group saying they are only slightly or not proud at all to be an American.

The results prompted Tippinsights to invoke former President Ronald Reagan’s observation that, Freedom is never more than one generation away from extinction. We didn’t pass it to our children in the bloodstream. It must be fought for, protected, and handed on for them to do the same, or one day we will spend our sunset years telling our children and our children’s children what it was once like in the United States where men were free.”

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The I&I/TIPP poll determined the percentage of people who are “extremely/very proud to be an American.”

Among age groups, those 65+ (86%) had the most people who responded favorably, followed by 45-64 (75%) and 25-44 (59%).

Overall, 68% of respondents said they were extremely or very proud to be an American. Another 15% were “moderately” proud.

Only 6% say they “aren’t proud at all,” being an American, and 8% say they are only “slightly proud.”

In what Tippinsights said was somewhat of a surprise because of universities having become bastions of the left, the poll found that 75% of college graduates are extremely/very proud to be an American, compared with 62% of those with only a high school diploma.

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The Conservative vs Liberal Breakdown

In terms of political ideology, conservatives (81%) as a group were more extremely/very proud to be American than moderates (66%) and liberals (55%).

TIPP also found that 24% of liberals say they are only somewhat proud or are not proud at all to be American. Just 4% of conservatives and 6% of moderates say this.

The recent climate of racial tension in the U.S. apparently showed in the TIPP poll, as 73% of whites and 56% of Blacks/Hispanics answered favorably. However, only 7% of Blacks and 9% of Hispanics say they aren’t proud at all of their nationality.

While the poll generally found strong pride in America, it revealed that men (81%) are far more extremely or very proud than women (65%) to be American.

Also, single women (51%) are far less proud of their nationality than married women (70%), according to Tippinsights.

We can examine these numbers from right to left and left to right but I think the main idea is pretty clear. We’re watching the rise of a generation that simply doesn’t give a sh*t anymore.

Ignorance is Bliss

Unfortunately, 65% of young adult voters chose Joe Biden in 2020, if the data can be believed. And to put a man like that in office was a true assault to America the Beautiful. Now, we’re America the bitter. America the broke.

Of course, these voters are the Hollyweird followers, the MTV consumers who don’t bother to think for themselves. Instead, they blindly back the leftist agenda with no understanding of how it affects our everyday lives. They thought Biden was “the man with a plan.” However, a stop at the grocery store and a gas tank fill-up is enough to slap you in the face with the real state of the union.

Never have the consequences of such ignorance been so “in your face” as they are now. In September, one in five Biden voters wanted to take back their choice. That number is based on those who actually admitted their mistake. I’d venture to guess it’s more like four out of five. But hindsight is 20/20. If only American pride could trickle down to the next generation, we could work our way out of this hell.