Poll: Millennials Abandoning Traditional Religious Practices for Horoscopes.

American millennials are significantly less likely to believe in the existence of God and the authority of the Bible, a new survey has found. The American Worldview Inventory survey from Arizona Christian University discovered that millennials, following the lead of Generation X, are rejecting more traditional religious practices and affiliations in favor of “other beliefs” like horoscopes.  The Cultural Research Center at ASU conducted the poll, which surveyed 2,000 adults with a “plus-or-minus 2 percentage points” margin of error.  According to the Kansas City Star: “The survey defines millennials as individuals born between 1984 and 2002 and members of Generation

Democrat Pollster Admits There’s No Gender Divide on Abortion

A common narrative Americans typically get from the media has been that women are vehemently more pro-abortion than men. However, Democrat pollster Celinda Lake has recently come forward to suggest this line of thinking may not be true. Lake, president of Lake Research, spoke with Joe Concha on Hill TV’s “What America’s Thinking” earlier this week, where she stated, “Women are much less likely to be pro-choice.” She went on to explain that women are also more likely to be religious than men, which results in less support for abortion. A 2016 study done by The Marist Poll surveyed almost

Can Republicans Pull Off a Millennial Comeback?

Before the start of this month, the prevailing narrative in the media (even among many conservative commentators) was that the millennial generation was an army of socialists-in-training. Pundits pointed to the rise of Bernie Sanders as evidence that millennials detested capitalism and would bring our economy to ruin if ever empowered. I attacked this “Communist Millennials” hypothesis here and here, arguing instead that millennials are actually radically pro-free market. And now, new polling data shows just how overblown these McCarthy-esque fears were. The Republican Party has significantly closed its “millennial gap” with Democrats — and they are currently locked in a

Millennials Cannot Afford to Sidestep the Abortion Debate

In the world of conservative millennials, two things have come to the forefront of the conversation over the past week: Tomi Lahren and the pro-life versus pro-abortion debate. Lahren, now with Fox News, gained popularity with her former “Final Thoughts” segment for The Blaze. She is known for her blunt pomposity, out-there stances, and condemnation of safe-space and trigger-warning culture. Even though many still consider her to be the sweetheart of conservatism, Lahren has been under intense fire ever since she announced that she was pro-choice and spoke harsh words against pro-lifers. In recent news, several students are accusing Lahren

This Tweet Perfectly Explains Why Millennials Are Fed Up with Politics

In today’s Washington Examiner, Paul Bedard discusses a fascinating new Harvard study on the political attitudes of the Millennial generation. For me, a Millennial, Harvard’s research amounts to the single-most revealing study ever undertaken on our generation. Tragically, the Washington Examiner‘s headline — “Millennials now biggest voting group in U.S., 2-1 Democratic” — buried the most enlightening findings of this research. While the headline suggests that Millennials are joined at the hip with the Democratic Party, the data reveals not only that this generation can be won over, but also that the secret to doing so is hiding in plain

A Millennial’s Reflections on 9/11

On Monday, I went to the 9/11 anniversary ceremony at the Flight 93 Memorial in Shanksville, Pa. One of the most striking scenes of the day to me was not the chiming of bells or even Vice President Mike Pence on the verge of tears as he said he credited the passengers of Flight 93 with saving his life. The scene which struck me most deeply was watching a park ranger speak to a group of middle schoolers who were there on a field trip. Let me explain. I was only 7 years old on September 11, 2001, but I understood what

WATCH: Millennials Love Socialism… But Have No Clue What It Is

In a video recently released by Campus Reform, reporters hit the streets of Washington, D.C., with two questions to ask millennials they encountered: “Do you like socialism?” and “What is socialism?” The replies they received were startling: Person after person shared their support for socialism in the United States. One student stated, “I think people throw that word around to try and scare you, but if helping people is socialism, than I’m for it.” Many commented that they thought creating a system of equal wealth was a positive thing, with one respondent even stating that it should be the “standard.”

Are Millennials the Socialist Generation? Don’t Believe What You Hear…

Recently RealClearPolitics contributor Joel Kotkin made the case that millennials are fueling a global rise in socialism. As I have previously responded to Kotkin as well as left-wing pundits, there is no Bolshevik oasis out in the distance, it’s a mirage. Millennial Americans are among the most radical free-market capitalists the world has ever seen. In his latest column, Kotkin reiterates his prior claim that “capitalism is failing” millennials. One doesn’t need to look far to find a counter argument, as Kotkin’s column starts off: Even as Venezuela falls deeper into crisis, and the former Soviet bloc nations groan under