Nearly half of young Americans think the country is more “racist” than other nations, while one in five millennials view the U.S. flag as a “sign of intolerance and hatred.”

FLAG, a civics education nonprofit, highlighted the startling state of anti-Americanism in younger generations through a recent survey of 1,078 Americans in coordination with the polling firm YouGov. The “State of American Patriotism Report,” released Tuesday, “starkly reveals that younger Americans (under 38 – Gen Z and Millennials) are becoming unmoored from the institutions, knowledge, and spirit traditionally associated with American patriotism.”

Some would argue they’ve becoming unmoored from reality.

The highlights:

Half of those surveyed believe the United States is sexist (50%) and racist (49%);

American exceptionalism is on the decline. 46% of younger Americans do not agree that “America is the greatest country in the world”;

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