The article: “Urban-Rural Divide Isn’t What It Seems” in Real-Clear Policy shows, from the results of many years of polling Americans, that when asked the question: “What do you think is the most important problem facing the country today?” very few mentioned “morality”.
The number one thing was “economic concerns” followed by “government leadership”, “cultural questions” such as immigration, poverty, gun control, and race relations all came in front of “morality”. “Morality” scored 7% in rural areas, and 4% in the cities. So yes, as expected, the cities are less interested in God, but the rural areas aren’t much interested either.
To think that only around 5% of all fellow Americans view “morality” as the number one problem facing America, gives one pause….