47% of Americans 'feel like a stranger in their own country,' cultural alienation survey finds...

Washington Times | 2018-11-03 19:31 UTC

The sense that the nations culture and way of life have dramatically changed is reflected in a PRRI American Values survey that gauged both political opinions and cultural alienation. It found that 47 percent of Americans now say that things have changed so much, they feel like a stranger in their own country.

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