Priorities List

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Total number of priorities: 64

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Rank Priority % Picked
1 (98th %) To provide clean drinking water to all humans. 85%
2 (97th %) For all people to have at least basic human rights (life, freedom, equality). 85%
3 (95th %) To have clean air, water, and land. 77%
4 (94th %) To cure all disease. 76%
5 (92rd %) For all humans to have equal rights regardless of gender, race, or sexual preference. 76%
6 (91st %) To have a loving spouse. 75%
7 (89th %) To end world hunger. 74%
8 (88th %) To cure cancer. 74%
9 (86th %) For all people to have a high-quality, basic education. 73%
10 (84th %) For everyone in the world to have a home. 73%
11 (83rd %) World peace. 72%
12 (81st %) Ending rape in the world. 72%
13 (80th %) For everyone in the world to have free, basic healthcare. 71%
14 (78th %) To ensure that everyone in the world makes at least a living wage. 69%
15 (77th %) To be happy. 68%
16 (75th %) To end hunger in America. 66%
17 (73rd %) Ending rape in the United States. 66%
18 (72rd %) To have a government that is honest and transparent. 65%
19 (70th %) To cure AIDS. 64%
20 (69th %) To reform the public school system of the United States (ending violence, increasing the quality of the education, reducing the number of dropouts). 63%
21 (67th %) To have a job you love. 62%
22 (66th %) Personal financial security. 61%
23 (64th %) To end terrorism. 61%
24 (63rd %) To stop violent crime in America. 61%
25 (61st %) To house the homeless in America. 60%
26 (59th %) To stop the genital mutilation of females. 60%
27 (58th %) To have universal healthcare in the United States. 59%
28 (56th %) To end malaria. 57%
29 (55th %) To stop cutting down rainforests. 57%
30 (53rd %) To preserve areas of pristine wilderness. 55%
31 (52rd %) To have free higher education in America. 55%
32 (50th %) To have a good paying job. 52%
33 (48th %) To personally have sufficient retirement savings. 51%
34 (47th %) To create more and higher-paying jobs in the United States. 51%
35 (45th %) To end any corruption in the United Nations. 51%
36 (44th %) To pay United States public school teachers more money. 51%
37 (42rd %) To have excellent nursing homes/retirement homes. 50%
38 (41st %) To protect endangered animals. 49%
39 (39th %) To rid the world of dictators. 49%
40 (38th %) To not sell arms to "rogue states." 48%
41 (36th %) To stop the factory farming of animals. 43%
42 (34th %) To be wealthy. 41%
43 (33rd %) To end violence in U.S. prisons. 40%
44 (31st %) To stop illegal drug use. 39%
45 (30th %) To have a beautiful house. 37%
46 (28th %) For gay people to have equal rights (including marriage). 37%
47 (27th %) To stop abortion in the world. 34%
48 (25th %) To create a Palestinian state in Israel. 31%
49 (23rd %) Preventing illegal immigration. 30%
50 (22rd %) To ban guns (except those used in hunting or sport). 30%
51 (20th %) To have a nice car. 27%
52 (19th %) To eat a delicious meal. 26%
53 (17th %) To be famous. 25%
54 (16th %) To have a beautiful lawn. 25%
55 (14th %) For everyone in the world to abstain from sex until marriage. 24%
56 (13th %) To make sure guns are not banned. 23%
57 (11th %) To have nice clothes. 22%
58 (9th %) To impeach George W. Bush. 21%
59 (8th %) To legalize marijuana. 20%
60 (6th %) To get rid of Social Security in the United States. 18%
61 (5th %) To convert everyone in the world to your religion. 18%
62 (3rd %) To disband the United Nations. 15%
63 (2rd %) To stop circumcision of males. 14%
64 (0th %) To stop gay marriage. 12%

Total number of choices made: 22,645

Number of people who have set these priorities: 2,703