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Civility


Percentage of Americans who:
Think incivility is a serious problem: 89
Think mean-spirited political campaigns are to blame: 73
Think rock music is to blame: 67
Think talk radio is to blame: 52
Think their own behavior is uncivil: 1


Family


Percentage of mothers of children under age 3 who are not in the workforce: 46
Percentage of mothers of children under age 3 who are employed part-time: 19



Percentage of U. S. children living apart from their biological fathers in 1960: 17
Percentage of U. S. children living apart from their biological fathers in 1990: 36
Juvenile violent crime arrests in 1960: 18,000
Juvenile violent crime arrests in 1990: 118,000



Confidence


Percentage of people who have great confidence in the military: 64
Who have great confidence in the police: 58
Who have great confidence in organized religion: 57
Who have great confidence in the presidency: 45
Who have great confidence in the justice system: 20




Religion in America


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