Category Archive: Millennial Politics

Nov 18

Millennials Ditching Party ID, Post-Election Analysis Shows

Millennials Ditching Party ID, Post-Election Analysis Shows Younger Americans voted on personal issues rather than along party lines Posted Nov 18, 2016 5:00 AM By Christina Flom Younger Americans voted more for Hillary Clinton than Donald Trump, but not by the same margins as they favored President Barack Obama. (Justin Sullivan/Getty Images file photo) It …

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Nov 16

Millennials march against Trump – The Blade

LOS ANGELES — High school students left class by the thousands today, carrying their signs and their chanting voices into the streets of several U.S. cities six days after Donald Trump’s election. They walked out in California, Colorado, Maryland and other states, many declaring concerns over the president-elect’s comments about minorities and the effect he …

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Nov 10

A Glimmer Of Hope: The Inevitable Rise Of The Millennials’ America | The Huffington Post

A Glimmer Of Hope: The Inevitable Rise Of The Millennials’ America 11/09/2016 06:23 am ET | Updated 17 hours ago Zachary Stepp Zach is a third year student at the University of Chicago pursuing a degree in Political Science.  Donald Trump will be my president. Thinking about the next four years inspires in me great …

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Nov 10

Why Are Millennials So Shocked Donald Trump Won? There Are Reasons You’re So Disappointed

Why Are Millennials So Shocked Donald Trump Won? There Are Reasons You’re So Disappointed SOURCE: JEWEL SAMAD/AFP/Getty Images Share this By MARY GRACE GARIS 19 hours ago Last night, I was low-key crying over a gin and tonic, watching Donald Trump win the election over Hillary Clinton, and subsequently, it felt like our entire world …

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Nov 10

This Map Of How People 18 To 25 Voted Will Give You Hope For The Future

John Moore/Getty Images News/Getty Images Nov. 8 will go down in history as potentially the most shocking presidential elections the United States has ever witnessed. Despite a rocky election, most political pundits (and indeed, most polls) favored a win by Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton. But it was not to be. After a decidedly divisive …

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Nov 10

What This Election Taught Us About Millennial Voters – Bloomberg

What This Election Taught Us About Millennial Voters Had only millennials voted, Clinton would’ve won in a landslide. Polly Mosendz Polly November 9, 2016 — 4:05 PM EST Attendees at the end of a 2016 U.S. presidential election-night watch party at La Plaza de Cultura y Artes in Los Angeles on Nov. 8, 2016. Photographer: …

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Nov 10

Trump presidency will test millennials’ perseverance – The Daily Illini

  Trump presidency will test millennials’ perseverance  photo by Lily Katz Students rally at Alma Mater to express dissatisfaction with the president elect on Wednesday night. Matt Silich, Opinions Editor November 9, 2016 I walked a little slower Wednesday morning. I typically bound up and down the streets of Champaign, so much so that my girlfriend …

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Apr 04

Socially conservative platform upsets millennials at Washoe GOP convention

The Washoe County Republican Party adopted a platform at their county convention on Saturday many young Republicans felt was too focused on socially conservative issues – and might turn potential voters away during the general election. A majority of party members ratified the platform without debate, including planks such as denying man-made climate change, defining marriage as between …

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Apr 03

Millennials Want to Meet, Not Just Tweet, Their Politicians – Bloomberg

Millennials aren’t so crazy about your tweets, Donald Trump. Wait! They aren’t wild about Clinton or Sanders on Twitter either. What they really want to do is meet you guys. In fact, 56 percent of millennials, defined by the survey as 18 to 34 years old, would rather meet a political candidate in person than …

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Apr 03

Good News: Millennials bolt from socialism once they become employed and start making money « Hot Air

My generation is a disaster, politically. They typically hold views that either are in direct contradiction of one another, or make zero sense altogether. As The Atlantic noted in 2014, Millennials support President Obama and the concept of universal health care, but oppose Obamacare. They hate political parties, but are the demographic that give Congress …

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