Happy days? With Trump out of office, Republicans would prefer life in the 1950s, survey shows

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A recent survey released by the Public Policy Research Institute (PPRI) and the Brookings Institution found that only 29 percent of Republicans say that American culture and way of life have changed for the better since the 1950s. 

The number is a leap down from 2020 when 46 percent of Republicans said American culture and way of life had changed for the better since the 1950s, but is only two points off from what Republicans said in 2016, before Donald Trump was elected President.

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