One of the most exercised rights of a U.S. citizen is the “freedom” to refuse to take part in the democratic process—the freedom not to vote.
Millennials are disillusioned with the United Nations’s capacity to effectively handle international crisis. They appear to that believe the United States should act independent of international organizations.
Capitalism, the basis of the American economy and the cornerstone of American society, is largely doubted by Millennials.
Support for feminism among young Americans is low and identification as feminist even less common.
The majority of Millennial minorities believe the system is biased against them.
The choice of Republican candidates represents a debate over who is less unpopular.