2021 Survey Results

#ABAcivicliteracy

Despite a tumultuous presidential election and its aftermath, which focused attention on the structure of the U.S. government, Americans showed little increased knowledge over the last year about the basics of U.S. democracy, according to the third annual American Bar Association Survey of Civic Literacy.

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