How Americans see themselves: making a positive difference in the world (78%) and caring about social justice (86%)

From the latest latest Barna Report:

. . . Americans also think of themselves as difference-makers and concerned about the world around them. In all, three out of every four adults say they are “making a positive difference in the world” (78%). In fact, close to nine out of every ten Americans (86%) describe themselves as “caring deeply about social injustice.” A similar percentage of adults are “concerned about the moral condition of the country” (86%). . .

hmmmm. . . .

[Later]

. . . their sense of peace and simplicity is often thwarted by their strong desire to make more money and do more in life: seven out of ten Americans say they are “totally committed to getting ahead in life” (68%).

Read all of latest Barna Report on American Spirituality

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