July 4, 2010: 63% of Americans Believe 4th of July One of the Most Important Holidays, 5% Say the Least
HAPPY BIRTHDAY AMERICA!!!
On this July 4th, 2010 … the 234th birthday of the United States of America, according to a Rasmussen poll, 63% of Americans believe that the 4th of July is among one of the most important holidays. Even though July 4th and Christmas are considered the most important holidays, it is rather shocking that only 6 in 10 Americans consider the holiday that commemoratesthe birth of the very nation they live in is important. Ah folks, with out a July 4th there is no America and “Declaration of Independence”. Some might want to brush up on their American history and the following, “We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all men are created equal, that they are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable rights, that among these are life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness”.
Happy Fourth of July everyone! As we embrace the anniversary of our independence, 63% of American Adults say that the Fourth of July is one of our nation’s most important holidays. Just 5% declare it among the least important, while 32% think it’s somewhere in between, according to the latest Rasmussen Reports telephone survey.
One really has to wonder about the 5% that said the birthday of the “Independence” of America is one of the least important holidays. You also have so wonder why they are even in the United States for that fact.
Posted July 4, 2010 by Scared Monkeys
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