Overall, Gen Z holds more socially and politically progressive attitudes than Gen X and even Millennials, but divides persist within that generation along similar political and demographic lines as their predecessors.
After nearly two years of pandemic life, Gen Z points to COVID-19 as a significant source of stress that is getting in the way of them pursing their social, educational, and career goals.
This AP-NORC Center survey of Americans age 13-29 conducted using TrueNorth® explores how young people view the costs and benefits of pursuing higher education and the role their parents play in the process.
The fifth MTV/AP-NORC Youth Political Pulse surveyed 1,052 young people age 15-34 about their views of the federal government and its policies, as well as their opinions about the midterm election.
The fourth of a multiwave series of polls that explores the interest of young people age 15-34 in the 2018 election. This new wave includes a sample of parents of 15-26 year olds to allow for generational comparisons.