I have come across this claim (which, btw, I have no reason to disbelieve) numerous times today.
...according to one poll, commissioned by Time and CNN, two-thirds of American parents think that their children are spoiled.... - The New Yorker, July 2, 2012 Issue
Eighty percent of people polled think that kids today are more spoiled than kids ten or fifteen years ago. Two-thirds of parents think their own children are spoiled. - Results of a 2001 Time/CNN poll, The to Z Guide to Raising Happy, Confident Kids
But no matter how it happened, two-thirds of parents would call their own kids spoiled, to say nothing of everyone else's, according to a Time/CNN survey. - Valerie Frankel, Parenting (magazine), no date given.
I would like to read the report and evaluate how they arrived at the conclusion (if it's valid.) The problem is I can't find the report/poll, no matter what terms I use in my search.
Was such a poll ever conducted, and if so, is the report available for scrutiny?
I'm not the world's best Googler, but I am persistent. Yet I can't find it. I'm sorry if this is perceived as a "LMGTFY" type of question.