- Gen Z and millennial voters are on their way to becoming the majority of the voting population.
- In 2026, Gen Z will become the first majority nonwhite generation.
- Some think these trends could benefit Democrats, but researchers find that the life challenges young voters face make them care more about policy than party.
A survey published in February by the Public Religion Research Institute and the Brookings Institution found that more than 5 in 10 Republicans believe the U.S. should be “a strictly Christian" nation. Nearly as many Gen Zers and millennials say that they have no religious affiliation at all.
Younger voters are the issue.— Scott Walker (@ScottWalker) April 6, 2023
It comes from years of radical indoctrination - on campus, in school, with social media, & throughout culture. We have to counter it or conservatives will never win battleground states again. @yaf pic.twitter.com/eG0pt3w8hk