9% Have Considered Quitting Their U.S. CitizenshipRasmussen Reports
Oct. 07, 2013
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Few Americans have ever thought about giving up their U.S. citizenship, but nearly half think U.S. citizens should be able to be citizens of more than one country.
A new Rasmussen Reports national telephone survey finds that only nine percent (9%) of U.S. citizens have considered giving up their American citizenship.