POLL: Most Americans Believe Movies Aren’t Improving

According to a Rasmussen poll, 27% of American adults believe moves have improved in the last 20 years. 54% don’t believe movies have improved during that time frame. 19% are unsure. 

Only 22% of American adults believe movies have  improved in the last 10 years, whereas 58% don’t believe movies have improved over the last decade. 20% are unsure. 

37% of voters indicated movies have improved in the last 50 years, whereas 43% are in disagreement and an additional 20% are unsure.

45% of adults under 40 stated movies have improved in the past 20 years. However, 19% of Americans ages 40-64 and 13% of Americans 65 and older held the same view.

When it comes to race, 23% of white voters, 27% of black voters, and 21% of non-black minorities believe movies have improved in the last 20 years. 

Overall, Hollywood and the broader film industry has massively declined in recent years. Like most American culture, it has been corrupted by cultural leftist and degeneracy. 

At this point, the best course of action would be to allow the film industry to implode, and from those very ashes will rise a new entertainment sector that has more rational values. In the meantime, the Right should try to groom the next generation of creators and support them wherever the can.

A robust right-wing culture is necessary for institutionalizing right-wing values across the nation. 

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