Tag Archive: Millennial Politics

Mar 04

New Survey Reveals Why Millennials Are Flocking to Bernie Sanders

Following his defeat in Saturday’s Nevada caucuses, Sen. Bernie Sanders faces an increasingly steep climb in his quest to defeat Hillary Clinton for the Democratic presidential nomination.Daunting as the delegate math may be, though, there’s one group that won’t be abandoning Sanders anytime soon: millennial voters. In Iowa, New Hampshire and Nevada, the 74-year-old Vermont senator has crushed …

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Mar 04

Why Millennials love Bernie Sanders: Column

Basically laughed off the stage when he declared his campaign for the presidency in April 2015, Bernie Sanders is making people take him seriously. After a remarkable near tie with Hillary Clinton in theIowa caucus and a double-digit win over her in New Hampshire, Sanders is now causing Clinton’s campaign to reassess. While Clinton is …

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Mar 04

“Something bold needs to happen”: An in-depth look at millennial America – Salon.com

What explains the runaway success Sen. Bernie Sanders’ presidential campaign has had so far among young Americans? Earlier this month, Salon spoke with leading Democratic Party pollster Stan Greenberg about what he learned from conducting focus groups with millennials. “They think the system’s rigged,” he told us. Greenberg’s findings were intriguing, and they suggested that …

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Mar 02

Why So Many Millennials Are Socialists

Since when did socialism become en vogue? It seems like only a few years ago being called a socialist in American politics was an insult. Today, however, presidential candidate Bernie Sanders—a self-avowed socialist—is quickly rising in the polls, and millennials are largely driving his support. The Iowa caucus entrance poll found Sanders garnered an overwhelming …

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Mar 01

Poll: Millennials Pick Socialism Over Capitalism – Breitbart

A new survey from YouGov finds that millennials have more favorable views of socialism than of capitalism. As Santayana said, those who do not remember the past are condemned to repeat it. Less than two decades after socialism seemed to have been confined to the dust-heap of history, another generation may have to learn hard …

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