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US political parties´ approval ratings fall to 27 percent- Survey

US political parties´ approval ratings fall to 27 percent- Survey

Washington, Aug 11 (Prensa Latina) Proportion of citizens expressing their unfavorable views on the two major parties in the United States has increased in recent decades, according to the results of a survey.
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Nowadays, 27% of Americans have negative views on both Republican and Democratic parties, up from 6% of the population with unfavorable view in 1994, the Pew Research Center reported.

This view is especially pronounced among partisans: 44% of Republican-leaning independents and an equal proportion of Democratic-leaning independents currently have negative views on both associations.

Neither party is very popular, with roughly four in 10 Americans (41%) having a very or somewhat favorable view of the Democratic Party, while even fewer (37%) have a positive view of GOP.

Democrats have advantages in various traits and attributes, particularly with regard to tolerance towards different kind of people.

Neither organization, however, gets high marks for honesty: 43% said the phrase “governs honestly and ethically” describes the Blue Party.

Generally speaking, the interest in having more political parties is more popular among younger Americans than older adults. Nearly half of those aging 18 to 49 say they want more parties to choose from (47%); in contrast to 35% of those aging 50 to 64, and only 23% of those aging 65 and older.


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