Only 47 percent of those polled by Gallup responded that they were “extremely proud” to be Americans, marking a record-low in the 18 years that Gallup has been conducting the survey.
The results are down from 51 percent in 2017 and a peak of 70 percent in 2003.
Another 25 percent said they were “very proud” and 16 percent were “moderately proud.”
Breaking the results out by party affiliation just 32 percent of Democrats, down from 43 percent in 2017 and 56 percent in 2013 — are extremely proud.
A little less than half of independents, 42 percent said they were extremely proud, down from 48 percent in 2017 and 50 percent in 2013.
Republicans led the pride parade with 74 percent saying they were extremely proud — up from 68 percent a year ago.
The gap between Republicans and Democrats in the extremely pride category has grown to 42 percentage points from 15 points in 2013.
Just 23 percent of liberals say they are extremely proud compared with 46 percent of moderates and 65 percent of conservatives.