Respondents in the Pew Research Center’s American Trends Panel were surveyed about which of 12 traits they feel are “especially important to teach children,” and to then choose the three most important.  The total percentages who name each trait among the most important are presented below, along with these views by placement on a scale of political ideology  (see here for details on this scale)

For more detail about these child-rearing values by ideology as well as by gender, age, education, religion, and race and ethnicity, see the full report “Teaching the Children: Sharp Ideological Differences, Some Common Ground.