Americans Live with Distrust and Long to BelongWhile most Americans describe their personal communities as friendly, peaceful, respectful, and compassionate, 74 percent agree that most people would take advantage of others if they had the chance. In addition, 40 percent of Americans describe their communities as divided; 31 percent claim their communities are intolerant; and 27 percent state their communities are untrusting. The data also points to a clear majority who long to belong. Eighty-two percent of Americans believe that it's important to feel a part of a community in their personal lives and 58 percent of Americans want to be a part of something bigger than themselves but don't know how to begin.
Fetzer Institute Survey Reveals America's Shared Perspectives On Love, Forgiveness And A Connection To The Global Community
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