Polls on patriotism and military service: An AEI public opinion study

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  • Majority of Americans are "extremely" or "very" proud to be American citizens @AEIPol

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  • The military is the institution in which the majority of Americans express the most confidence @AEIPol

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  • In 2012, 58% of Americans said they display the American flag in their home, office, or car @AEIPol

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This public opinion study discusses changes in Americans' patriotism and their views on military service over the past thirty years.

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