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USA: 79% see political correctness as a problem

This text was excerpted from: 79% See Political Correctness As Serious Problem in America, Rasmussen, 2011

A new 2011 survey shows that 79% of American Adults think political correctness is a serious problem in America today, up five points from 2010.

Only 16% feel it’s not a problem for the country.
79% See Political Correctness As Serious Problem in AmericaRasmussen11/02/2011
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