“Democracy Corps’ national survey conducted after the debates and shared with the Clinton campaign showed that more attacks on Trump’s temperament and his treatment of people and women barely moved voters. In contrast, a compelling economic message demanding “an economy for everyone, not just the rich and well-connected,” attacking trickle-down tax cuts “for the richest and special breaks for corporations,” and promising an agenda to “rebuild the middle class” moved unmarried women (including white unmarried women), millennials, and white working-class women.” – The Democrats’ ‘Working-Class Problem’

“Fromm thinks this generation’s reputation for being entitled is actually a misunderstanding of its insistence on fairness. “The command-and-control model is not there,” he says. “Millennials are just at their core believers in democracy. It’s not uncommon for parents to poll the jury on what we are going to do this weekend.”” – Help! My Parents Are Millennials

“I think millennials are very trusting,” Gladwell said. “And when they say they’re not … they’re bullshitting.” –

“Out of ten American “institutions,” including church, Congress, the presidency, and others, millennials only trust two: the military and science.” –