Author: Charles

Millennials Are More Liberal Than Gen X’ers

Millennials Are More Liberal Than Gen X'ers

It Could Be Millennials vs. Gen X. Or It Could Be You.

The age-old question of whether Millennials or Gen X’ers will ultimately be the majority of Americans is no longer going to be addressed by the political candidates, unless of course, it’s one of the topics they’re most concerned about.

It’s easy to see why it’s important to address this issue. It’s important because at a time when our political world has become so polarized by political ideology, the age-old question of whether Millennials or Gen X’ers will ultimately be the majority of Americans is no longer going to be addressed by the political candidates, unless of course, it’s one of the topics they’re most concerned about. However, before getting into how we should address the issue, how should we define the term “generation,” and whether or not Millennials and Gen X’ers are in fact the same thing, consider the following fact:

Millennials vs. Gen X’ers

This was highlighted in a study conducted by the Pew Research Center entitled “Generations in America: Answering America’s Social, Political and Economic Questions.”

Among the findings from the study are the following:

Among all adults, Millennials (those under 20 years old) are more politically engaged and more likely to feel as if they can make a difference in the country than adults aged 18 to 29.

Millennials are more likely than adults under 30 to express support for President Trump and less likely to support Hillary Clinton.

Millennials are more likely than adults age 18 to 29 to support an increase in the minimum wage.

Millennials are more likely to say they prefer living in a neighborhood with a low crime rate than adults age 18 to 29.

Millennials are more likely to identify as liberal than adults age 18 to 29.

Millennials are more likely to have voted for Democratic candidates in both the Presidential election in 2016 and in state and national elections.

Millennials are more likely to self-identify as part of the liberal community than adults age 18 to 29.

Overall, Millennials are more open to liberal views than their parents. Compared with adult adults, Millennials are more

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