Millennials in Many Countries Are More Open Than Their Elders on Questions of National Identity

Pew Research: “Across a number of countries that are wrestling with the politics of national identity, younger people are far more likely than their elders to take an inclusive view of what it takes for people to be truly considered “one of us” – whether the measure is being born in their country, sharing local customs and traditions or being Christian.”

FavoriteLoadingSave to Favorites
Read previous post:
The Biggest Economic Issue Facing America Is Not Job Creation

Quartz: "The biggest economic issue for the future is closing the skills gap and retraining workers who have been displaced...

Close