Survey: 72 Percent Believe Students Should Be Taught American Exceptionalism, 'Truth About Slavery'

Survey: 72 Percent Believe Students Should Be Taught American Exceptionalism, 'Truth About Slavery'


Seventy-two percent of Americans believe that students should be taught both the “truth about slavery” and that America was founded on the lofty ideals of “freedom, equality, and self-governance,” according to a new Scott Rasmussen survey.

Fully 84 percent believe students should be taught the truth about slavery and 81 percent believe students should be taught America’s founding ideals.

Sixty-four percent of respondents also believe students should be taught that America is “a force for good in the world,” while 15 percent disagree and 21 percent are unsure.

According to the SR survey, 79 percent of respondents who support “Trump-like” policies believe students should be taught that America is a force for good, while 73 percent of “traditional Democrats” and 70 percent of

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