Last month, we highlighted that the vast majority of Americans (93%) believe that the US has a civility problem, or difficulty maintaining polite and respectful conduct and expression, regardless of their political party. Americans agree that civility is important to our democracy, but how do Americans overcome the societal problems this incivility leads to – political gridlock, disengagement from politics, and intolerance of free speech?
- Civil Democracy: 92% of Americans agree that civility is important to our democracy.
- Question: How important is civility to our democracy? [Scale: Very important to Very unimportant or Not sure]
- Explore: Civility in America: An Annual Nationwide Survey
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