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YOUR THREE CENTS: Do you think most working Americans do something dishonest to get ahead at some point in their career?

A new survey by Rasmussen Reports finds that 37% of adults believe most Americans do something dishonest to get ahead at some point in their careers,
               
But that's actually down from 52% last July.
Forty percent (40%) don't think employees use dishonesty for career advancement.
               
Another 23% are not sure.
And younger Americans are more likely to distrust.
              
53 % of adults under 40 think most Americans do something dishonest to get ahead, compared to just 28% of senior citizens and 26% of middle-aged adults.
               
Employees at private companies are more likely than government workers to think dishonesty occurs in the workplace.

And overall, most Americans believe Americans aren't as honest as they used to be.

Do you think most working Americans do something dishonest to get ahead at some point in their career?

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