Siena College Research Institute Announces The American Values Study: America at a Crossroads

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The Siena College Research Institute announces the upcoming release of the American Values Study on October 25, 2021. The study examines partisanship and shared values among Americans.

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Are we divided? Yes. Do we share core values? Absolutely. Are we proud to be Americans? For the most part. Do we think our great experiment will weather this storm? We’re somewhat hopeful, but concerned. —Dr. Don Levy, Director, Siena College Research Institute

The Siena College Research Institute (SCRI) will release a new national study on Monday, October 25 of 6,077 Americans’ position on core values including equality, liberty and progress. The study looks simultaneously at partisanship and whether or not Americans share a set of underlying principles.

Data is presented nationally as well as for nine regions of the country. The American Values Study (AVS) includes unique quantitative data on values by region, party and 2020 vote choice, extensive comments from Americans on ‘where do we go from here,’ and insight from two former U.S. Congressmen.

Embargoed copies can be requested from SCRI’s Director, Dr. Don Levy, dlevy@siena.edu.

Levy will be available for interviews beginning Monday, October 25 at 8:30 am EST at 518-783-2901 or via email, dlevy@siena.edu.

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