As Kevin Jackson says, “Millennials are as lost as last year’s Easter Eggs.”
They are all over the map, which means they are the most individual Americans in decades.
The young Americans have more access to information than ever before, but many don’t know how to process it.
The focus is on more important things in life, as these Harvard Millennials prove:
Millennials have more information in the palms of their hands than all the great philosophers put together, which may explain why they don’t know who they are.
In the latest Pew poll, when asked if they consider themselves Pro-life or Pro-choice:
75% are pro-choice; 65% are pro-life
Interesting results, and it suggests that though pro-choice, most Millennials would choose life
41% are consistently or mostly liberal, 44% — saying they’re “mixed.”
15% between the ages of 18 and 33 told Pew they were either consistently or mostly conservative.
17% young Republicans say they’re actually liberal
3% young Democrats said they were actually conservative.
Those statistics seem reasonable, but likely shows the malleability of the Millennial mind. The good news is Millennials have the best opportunity to “find themselves” faster than any other generation. And the Obama economy will certainly make many more of them grow up faster than they may have expected.