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Less Than Half of America Thinks Clergy Have ‘High’ or ‘Very High’ Moral Standards

According to polls, America’s respect for its clergy has been dropping for a while, but it hit a bit of a milestone this year: less than half of America thinks they have “high” or “very high” moral standards. That’s according to Gallup, who have been asking the question since 1977. Respect for clergy peaked in 1985 (the same year Back to the Future came out. Coincidence? You decide.) According to Gallup, this sets clergy behind nurses, pharmacists, grade school teachers, medical doctors, military officers and the police …

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