A recent poll sponsored by the Associated Press-NORC Center for Public Affairs Research showed majority national support for immigrants to adopt an essential American culture and language.
The poll showed that 51% of Americans favor a country with an essential American culture, as opposed to a country made up of many different cultures and values.
The poll also showed that 67% of Americans believe that shared use of the English language is an important part of the United States’ identity as a nation.
The poll further showed that 60% of Americans believe that a shared American culture and set of values also is an important part of the United States’ identity as a nation.
The poll results support ProEnglish’s advocacy for cultural and linguistic assimilation in the United States, and also solidify ProEnglish’s poll that showed that 81% of Americans believe that English should be the official language of the nation.