Posted Thursday, July 10, 2014
For the first time since the late 1940s, Baby Boomers are not the biggest generation. Millennials have stolen that crown. The shift happened somewhere near 2012, so it’s no coincidence that 2012 was the first year since 1976 that Baby Boomer voters picked the losing candidate in a presidential election. Boomers and Millennials differ in many ways, and those differences are changing America.
Community/Human Interest, Government/Politics
Paul Taylor, Senior Fellow at the Pew Research Center and Author of The Next America
Tom Sutton, Professor of Political Science of Baldwin Wallace
Mike Hudecek, Owner/Designer at Forest City Portage, Member of the Cuyahoga County Next Generation Council, Millennial
Sherri Foxman, Founder and Owner of Party 411, Baby Boomer
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