Tag: Millennials

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Bay Area Residents Seek Exodus to Sacramento

Soaring living costs throughout California over the past several years have pushed Bay Area residents to relocate to one of the last affordable cities in the Golden State: Sacramento, California’s inland capital.

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Survey: Millennials Believe Economy Is Failing Them

A new survey by Ernst & Young and Economic Innovation Group found that “millennials” — those born in the 1980s or later — are a deeply pessimistic generation that is willing to work hard, but is “convinced the economy is failing them,” and is “very uncertain” about the future.

Report: Atheist Millennials Trade Faith for Therapy

Writing for Quartz, self-described atheist millennial Elizabeth King argues that for herself and countless colleagues, “therapy is our new church,” while noting that “many millennials grappling with the big questions in life want to work them out on a psychologist’s couch instead of a church pew.”

Bill Maher: ‘Gary Johnson Is a F*cking Idiot’

Friday on HBO’s “Real Time,” host Bill Maher attacked Libertarian presidential nominee Gary Johnson. Maher questioned Johnson’s polling success with 18-34 millennials and added that he was a “fucking idiot.” “You’re a millennial and one with stamina,” Maher said to

Pew: Millennials, Gen Xers Could Out Vote Baby Boomers This Election

According to a Pew analysis of U.S. Census data, since 1980 Baby Boomers and their antecedents have cast the most votes in each presidential election. As the number of older voters decline and younger voters — supplemented by naturalizations of foreign-born adults — increase the electorate has experienced a shift toward Millennial and Generation voters.

Hillary Clinton Struggles to Convince Millennial Voters

Millennial voters — defined as those born since 1981 — are becoming a larger share of the electorate, and few are voting Republican. Yet polls suggest that while many millennials reject GOP nominee Donald Trump, many are also unwilling to vote for Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton.

Poll: Gun Rights, Abortion Top Issues For 18-35 Women

Gallup polls conducted within last 12 months show that support for gun control among millennials runs lower than among other age demographics. Gallup editor-in-chief Frank Newport said, “Millennials are … less interested in gun control than those who are older, so the data suggests it’s unlike a number of other attitudes say like, gay marriage where young people are much more liberal. We did not see that in our data on guns.”