The views of Generation Z (those ages 13 to 21 in 2018) mirror those of Millennials on a range of social and political issues, from Donald Trump’s presidency to the role of government to racial equality and climate change. These younger generations express a liberal set of attitudes and an openness to societal change that sets them apart from older Americans.
A new analysis of a broad sample of employment-related images from Google Image Search finds that men are somewhat overrepresented in online image searches for jobs compared with their actual job participation rates. Among all individuals shown in the search results, men appeared 60% of the time, yet men make up 54% of all individuals employed in the jobs examined, according to 2017 Bureau of Labor Statistics data.
Americans’ view on masculinity differ by party, gender and race
About half of Americans (53%) say most people in our society these days look up to men who are manly or masculine. Republicans and Democrats differ over whether this is a good thing: 78% of Republicans who say society looks up to masculine men say it is, compared with 49% of Democrats.
An early look at the 2020 electorate
The 2020 U.S. presidential election is rapidly coming into view – and so is the electorate that will determine its outcome. While demographic changes unfold slowly, it’s already clear that the 2020 electorate will be unique in several ways.
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