FILE - In this March 29, 2011, file photo four and five-year-old preschool students listen to their teacher, Angie Clark, read at a Des Moines Iowa elementary school. Within the last year national polls in the United States indicate Americans still think a lot alike and share core values: Nine out of 10 call themselves very patriotic, believe in God, value higher education, and admire those who get rich through hard work. Seven out of 10 want to raise the minimum wage, and similar numbers support building the Keystone XL pipeline, and making preschool available to every child. (AP Photo/Steve Pope, File)

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FILE - In this March 29, 2011, file photo four and five-year-old preschool students listen to their teacher, Angie Clark, read at a Des Moines Iowa elementary school. Within the last year national polls in the United States indicate Americans still think a lot alike and share core values: Nine out of 10 call themselves very patriotic, believe in God, value higher education, and admire those who get rich through hard work. Seven out of 10 want to raise the minimum wage, and similar numbers support building the Keystone XL pipeline, and making preschool available to every child.  (AP Photo/Steve Pope, File)
FILE - In this March 29, 2011, file photo four and five-year-old preschool students listen to their teacher, Angie Clark, read at a Des Moines Iowa elementary school. Within the last year national polls in the United States indicate Americans still think a lot alike and share core values: Nine out of 10 call themselves very patriotic, believe in God, value higher education, and admire those who get rich through hard work. Seven out of 10 want to raise the minimum wage, and similar numbers support building the Keystone XL pipeline, and making preschool available to every child. (AP Photo/Steve Pope, File)
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