United States: impact of human rights in daily life 2018

This statistic illustrates the results of a survey on people's perceptions regarding human rights in the United States in 2018. According to the study published by IPSOS, around 15 percent of respondents in the United States said human rights are meaningless to them in their everyday life.

General opinion on the the statement that human rights are meaningless in the daily life in the United States in 2018

Share of respondents
Strongly/tend to agree15%
Strongly/tend to disagree60%
Neither agree nor disagree22%
Don't know4%
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Source

Release date

July 2018

Region

United States

Survey time period

May 25 to June 8, 2018

Number of respondents

23,249 respondents

Age group

18-64 years

Method of interview

Online panel

Supplementary notes

Percentage points exceeding 100 percent are probably due to rounding.

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