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The world’s most influential values, in one graphic

Across the world, family is what we value most. Image: Unsplash/Sebastián León Prado

Dorothy Neufeld

Author, Visual Capitalist

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peace money selfishness unselfishness confidence freedom of speech determination leisure influence intimacy political freedom courage dependability service equality generosity kindness authority values morality caring care list people think importance important family relationships finance morality religion belonging community responsibility personal personality security tradition education balance love material possessions patience creativity imagination social standing trust trustworthiness
What do we care about most? Image: Visual Capitalist
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peace money selfishness unselfishness confidence freedom of speech determination leisure influence intimacy political freedom courage dependability service equality generosity kindness authority values morality caring care list people think importance important family relationships finance morality religion belonging community responsibility personal personality security tradition education balance love material possessions patience creativity imagination social standing trust trustworthiness
The top ten values. Image: Visual Capitalist
-David Allison, Founder of Valuegraphics
peace money selfishness unselfishness confidence freedom of speech determination leisure influence intimacy political freedom courage dependability service equality generosity kindness authority values morality caring care list people think importance important family relationships finance morality religion belonging community responsibility personal personality security tradition education balance love material possessions patience creativity imagination social standing trust trustworthiness
What we care about most, 1-26. Image: Visual Capitalist
peace money selfishness unselfishness confidence freedom of speech determination leisure influence intimacy political freedom courage dependability service equality generosity kindness authority values morality caring care list people think importance important family relationships finance morality religion belonging community responsibility personal personality security tradition education balance love material possessions patience creativity imagination social standing trust trustworthiness
What we care about most, 27-56. Image: Visual Capitalist
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