Inside the Beltway: The appeal of ‘strong America’

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75 percent of Americans say marriage is important to them “personally.”

72 percent say that marriage is less important now than it was to previous generations.

67 percent say children should be brought up in a family where the parents are married.

57 percent say couples should live together before getting married.

57 percent say children should ideally be raised in a household with one stay-at-home parent.

49 percent say the term “marriage” should apply only to a man and a woman.

39 percent say marriage “is not necessary.”

Source: A Harris poll of 2,266 U.S. adults conducted Feb. 12-17 and released Monday.

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