In the eighth installment of Weber Shandwick and Powell Tate’s Civility in America survey, conducted by KRC Research, we look again at Americans’ perception of incivility as a societal problem and its role in political gridlock, disengagement from politics, and intolerance of free speech. In the coming months, look out for KRC’s Stat of the Month to highlight further insights and understand this civility challenge in America.
- Incivility Issue: 93% of Americans agree that the nation has a civility problem – regardless of which side of the aisle they sit on – Democrats and Republicans alike agree (95%).
- Explore: Civility in America: An Annual Nationwide Survey
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