Louder With Crowder
July 3, 2017
Most people look at Millennials as a generation that refuses to grow up. The play-doh parties and rompers are a dead giveaway. Naturally, you would think the up-and-coming generation would be even bigger leftists. But now, there’s a very interesting column from Salena Zito on ‘Generation Z’ and how they could become…the most Republican generation yet. Yes, really…
Say hello to Generation Z, the most recent to come of age. It is the youth of America, with its oldest members in their early 20s.
“Gen Z actually like and trust their parents, who have been transparent with them, much more than any generation before,” said Jeff Brauer, a political-science professor at Keystone College in suburban Scranton, Pa., who has produced one of the first comprehensive studies on the next generation.
Analyzing research from Wright State University in Ohio on 1,200 Generation Z students at 15 colleges and universities across the country, Brauer also used exit polling from CNN and census data to draw his conclusions.
“Politically, Generation Z is liberal-moderate with social issues, like support for marriage equality and civil rights, and moderate-conservative with fiscal and security issues,” said Brauer.
“While many are not connected to the two major parties and lean independent, Gen Z’s inclinations generally fit moderate Republicans.”
In other words…YES!!!
These youngsters are concerned with the economy and national security. You know, the two ACTUAL most important issues our country faces. Contrast that with leftists, who are more focused on civil rights for kiddie-diddlers and guys who want to pee next to women. It’s not hard to see why these young folks are saying “no thank you” to
mental illness big government leftism.
Think about this. While leftists have gone all-in on social justice and let the inmates run the asylum (see Vice News Reports On Leftist Students Running Evergreen College and WATCH: ‘The Simpsons’ Hilariously Destroys College SJWs!), this upcoming generation, who will be voting for the first time over the next four years I might add, could care less. Do you feel that sensation? That’s called hope.
The big takeaway in this? The right needs to stay focused on those boosting the economy and securing the borders. Otherwise known as their job. This is a clear message to the government from the youths of America. Keep your hand out of their pocket and keep the bad hombres on the other side of the fence. Sounds simple enough. You can’t help but be proud of Gen-Z for thinking for themselves.
This article was posted: Monday, July 3, 2017 at 6:28 am