Most Say Americans Are Divided on Important Values

As federal lawmakers and the U.S. president struggle to bridge their philosophical differences and reach a budget compromise before the end of the calendar year, the public broadly perceives that Americans themselves are divided over core values.

Nearly seven in 10 Americans say the country is divided when it comes to the most important values, while 29% believe Americans are largely in agreement and united. [cont.]

Lydia Saad, Gallup