The 2013 Atlantic/Aspen Institute Annual American Values Survey: One Nation, Divisible

The 2013 Atlantic/Aspen Institute Annual American Values Survey: One Nation, Divisible from Burson-Marsteller

With July 4th approaching, more than 60 percent of Americans say the nation is more divided as a country now than it was 10 years ago, with even higher percentages saying America is at least as fragmented now as it was during the Great Depression, Vietnam, and Watergate. And perhaps most strikingly, one in five Americans doubts that America will remain united as one country. These are some of the findings of the 2013 The Atlantic/Aspen Institute American Values Survey, conducted by research firm Penn Schoen Berland (PSB) in partnership with global public relations and strategic communications firm Burson-Marsteller.