The Incredible Amount of Money Americans Spend on July 4
Americans will spend $6.9 billion on food for Independence Day.Most Americans plan to eat their way through the July Fourth holiday. It’s reported that spending on food for cookouts and picnics is expected to reach $6.9 billion, serving as the second-highest amount in the history of the NRF survey. Last year’s $7.1 billion set the record, but because the Fourth of July falls on “hump day” in 2018, fewer people are free to celebrate.
Only 32 percent of Dems are very proud , poll finds. The Hill - July 4, 2018. Comments. A new poll has found that pride in the U.S. has declined among According to the Gallup poll , just 32 percent of Democrats say they are “ extremely proud ” to be American , down from the 43 percent who said the
The same poll found that 91 percent of Americans in 2006 felt satisfied with their person freedoms. While the decline was relatively small, according to Democratic pollster Celinda Lake of Lake Research Partners, part of the reason for it is likely that some Democratic voters feel less free under Trump.
A new poll has found that pride in the U.S. has declined among Democrats under President Trump.
, just 32 percent of Democrats say they are "extremely proud" to be American, down from the 43 percent who said the same in 2017.
Confidence in the state of the country was already on the decline, even before Trump took office, according to the poll. In 2013, for example, 67 percent of Democrats were "extremely" or "very" proud to be American in that year, according to Gallup.
Record-Low Number Say They’re ‘Extremely Proud’ to Be American
Just 47 percent of respondents said they were 'extremely proud' to be American, according to a new Gallup poll.In 2003, 70 percent of respondents said they were “extremely proud” to be American, marking the poll’s record high. By last year, that number had dropped to a slim majority of 51 percent, foreshadowing this year’s record low.
By The Hill Wednesday, July 04, 2018. According to the Gallup poll , just 32 percent of Democrats say they are “ extremely proud ” to be American , down from the 43 percent who said the same in 2017.
Fewer than half of U.S. adults are extremely proud to be Americans , something that had not been seen in the prior 17 years Gallup has asked the public about its national pride. Politics appears to be a factor, with sharp declines evident among Democrats and political liberals and no decrease among
A new Gallup poll did find that Americans have been feeling better about their personal freedoms over the past year. According to the poll, in 2016, 75 percent of Americans felt satisfied with the freedom they had to choose what they do with their lives. In 2018, 87 percent felt more satisfied.
However, that number is still noticeably smaller than the percentage that felt happy with their personal freedom years ago. The same poll found that 91 percent of Americans in 2006 felt satisfied with their person freedoms.
While the decline was relatively small, according to Democratic pollster Celinda Lake of Lake Research Partners, part of the reason for it is likely that some Democratic voters feel less free under President Trump.
NBC News poll: Most want vote on Trump Supreme Court nominee before midterms
The survey also found most Democrats and independents said the next justice should be moderate, while 65 percent of Republicans want a conservative.More than six in 10 Americans, or 62 percent, said Trump's nominee, who will be announced on Monday, should be confirmed or rejected before the elections in which control of the House and Senate are at stake. About three in 10, or 33 percent, said the Senate should wait until after the elections, the poll found.
Fewer than half of U.S. adults -- an estimated 47 percent -- are “ extremely proud ” to be Americans this year, according to a Gallup survey issued in advance of the Fourth of July holiday. “Left-leaning groups’ antipathy toward Donald Trump and their belief that other countries look unfavorably on the
Changes in Percentage " Extremely Proud " to Be Americans , by Subgroup. The vast majority of U.S. adults indicate they are at least moderately proud to be Americans , but as they celebrate the Fourth of July this year, fewer say they are extremely proud than at any point in the last 16 years.
"We believe that freedom is impacted by things like constraints on your insurance, constraints on your right to make personal decisions about what to do with your body, whether your family is going to be separated, whether your family is going to be deported," Lake said during a July 4 episode of Hill.TV's public opinion show "What America's Thinking."
Republicans' pride in America has increased since Trump became president. But even under former President Obama, GOP voters were more likely to say they were "extremely proud" of the country than Democrats. In Gallup's surveys, 71 percent of Republican voters said they were "extremely proud" of the country in 2013. Last June, 74 percent did.
According to Lake, while Republican and conservative leaders have historically used the word "freedom" in their rhetoric more than Democrats and liberals, she expects Democrats to start talking more about freedom in campaign messaging as Trump is able to make more of a stamp on American policy through his judicial nominations and the Supreme Court's recent rulings against labor unions.
"I think with Supreme Court nominations ... you're going to see Democrats talk about freedom a lot more," she told host Joe Concha.
Expressed pride in the country has also declined among self-identified political independents. According to Gallup, last month marked the first time ever that a majority of Americans did not say they were "extremely proud" of their country.
The Gallup poll regarding pride in America was conducted June 1-13 with a sampling of 1,520 adults. The margin of error was plus or minus 3 percentage points.
Poll: Obama tops list ranking best president in Americans' lifetime .
More than 40 percent of Americans say that Barack Obama was the best or second-best president in their lifetime, according to a new poll from the Pew Research Center.The poll asked people in an open-ended format which president has done the best job in their lifetimes, using respondents' first andLoad Error