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According to the survey, just four in 10 registered voters believe the government should promote traditional values, down from 53% in 2010 and 57% in 2008.
“Between 1993, when CNN began asking that question, and last year, a majority of respondents have always said that the government should promote traditional values. Now, for the first time, more than half say the government should not favor any particular set of values,” adds Holland.
CNN also sees an increase in skepticism of government intervention in general:
Six in 10 say the government is doing too much that should be left to individuals and businesses.
Six in ten don’t want the government preaching to them either.