An in-depth look at America's Values in 2012 as the nation heads into a critical national election in November. From death to taxes, the economy to politics, family, religion, science, education, free speech and beyond, this survey of 2,000 Americans identifies the issues that divide us and the ties that unite us as a nation.
These are some of the findings of The Atlantic/Aspen Institute American Values Survey, conducted by research firm Penn Schoen Berland and in partnership with global public relations and strategic communications firm Burson-Marsteller. The findings will be the subject of a discussion at the Aspen Ideas Festival.
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