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Do you see yourself as a citizen of the world?



VotesAnswer
6Yes, I see myself as a citizen of the world.
10No.
1I don't know what "citizen of the world" means.
1Other.

Survey Info



30-Apr-17 6:56pmStrider Survey Central Gold Subscriber Survey Qualifier
Yes Ido but I also consider myself to Be Canadian first.
30-Apr-17 8:07pmjettles Survey Central Subscriber Survey Qualifier
Comparatively, yes
1-May-17 3:15amBiggles Survey Qualifier
I tend to think of a citizen of the world as someone who is well-travelled. I've only been abroad once and haven't even been to all of the constituent nations that make up the United Kingdom.
1-May-17 5:24amCarlHalling
Politically, no, I'm not in favour of any kind of internationalism; but in a broader sense, perhaps we've all become citizens of the world to a degree through the internet. It's amazing to think how insular I - perhaps many of us - were/was.
1-May-17 1:03pmEnheduanna Survey Central Subscriber
Yes. We all share this planet together, and we should act accordingly.
1-May-17 2:00pmLJD Survey Qualifier
I am a citizen of the U.S.
1-May-17 5:43pmLindaH
For the most part yes, but one thing trips me up. If I read about some obviously unfair or unconstitutional (to Americans) thing happening, it ticks me off until I read that it happened somewhere else. And then I think it is unfortunate, but not infuriating.
4-May-17 3:11pmJessicaWoman99 Bronze Star Survey Creator
Yes a senior citizen of the U.S. of America
10-May-17 8:38pmGomezy3k
No, in fact I do not even consider myself part of this world.
11-May-17 9:51pmTeddyMiller
No, because I tend to think of citizenship pragmatically, i.e. voting and passport and so on, rather than emotionally, i.e. loyalty and such.

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