The Millennial generation is active in our communities, but not involved in politics.
from claire mcinerny
originally aired on as heard from the hill tuesday february 21st, 2012.
With the 2012 Presidential election approaching in November, and Republican primaries and caucuses under way, it’s startling to know the Millennial generation (ages18-29) are the least active in politics. The interesting thing about this generation though, is young people are the most active in their communities out of any other generation. Why is this, and what could this mean for the future of politics?