Politics of the Millennial

Millenials ((those aged 18-33 year old crowd) remain ideologically as older and past generations on the issues of abortion and gun rights. 
Divergence amongst generations occurs in regards to gay rights, pot legalization, and immigration reform. 
The millenial is not anchored to either political party, as the Pew survey concluded. 
They are also less trusting of others and the government, however they see their lives optimistic and hopeful. 
Millenials do not support social security cuts but they are doubtful that they will be afforded those benefits will be available to them at their social security age. 
They are twice as likely to be single parents but just as disapproving of single parents as their decades-older

Read the Pew report.