August 18, 2022
Millennials, Gen X Clinging to Independent Party ID Jeffrey M. Jones, Gallup Historically, Americans have had weak attachments to the two major U.S. political parties in young adulthood, but as they get older, they usually became more likely to identify as a Republican or a Democrat. That historical pattern, evident in the Silent and baby boom generations, appears to be changing. Generation X and millennials, who are now middle aged or approaching it, have maintained or even expanded their identification as political independents in recent decades.
Will the Inflation Reduction Act Live Up to Its Name? Just 1 in 4 Voters Think So Amanda Jacobson Snyder, Morning Consult But at least half of voters still support the individual provisions in Democrats’ signature legislation, with the exception of fresh IRS funding. Republicans Maintain Slim Enthusiasm Lead as Excitement Grows, but Biden’s Getting More Popular Eli Yokley, Morning Consult 65% of Republican voters said they’re “very” or “ex…
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