Gallup: Americans Satisfaction with US Direction Highest Since 2005
It’s good to be an American. At least, that’s what 38% of Americans said, according to a new Gallup poll.
The number hasn’t been that high since Y 2009, when 39% said they are happy with our country’s direction.
Many more Republicans than Democrats said they were happy with the direction the country was going, 68% actually.
Only 13% of Democrats said they were happy about where the United States was headed. And independents, 36% were satisfied.
The survey was done by phone June 1st to 13th and 1,520 people chimed in.
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