Ok then we can go with what happened nationally in the House generic ballot in 2018. The 18 through 24 year old age group voted more strongly for Democrats than any other age group. 68% to 31%. You're kidding yourself if you think this "Generation Z" is leaning Republican or Conservative.
It’s not me saying that. But again, I get it that it’s not a poll that fits your narrative.
Ok AZG I made an honest effort to see what I can see in polling data about this Generation Z. Maybe I could be more respectful in the way I say things. Like maybe I could avoid saying things like "you're kidding yourself." But everything I'm seeing suggests that they are a plus for the Democrats.
The first thing I'll reference is the story at https://theconversation.com/generation- ... ons-104735
just because it opens with this statement:
Unlike the much-studied millennials, we don’t know much about Generation Z, who now make up most of the 18- to 24-year-old voting bloc.
That brings us back to what exit polling estimates for how the 18 through 24 year old age group voted during the 2018 House elections. The linked article was written shortly before the 2018 elections. You can see an estimate of how the 18 through 24 group voted at https://www.cnn.com/election/2018/exit- ... al-results
. The estimate is that 18 through 24 year olds voted for Democrats by 68% to 31%.
The other thing is the article on Pew Research polling at http://www.pewsocialtrends.org/2019/01/ ... al-issues/
There are a lot of interesting things in it, but I think the bottom line is reflected by the headline. That headline is:
Generation Z Looks a Lot Like Millennials on Key Social and Political Issues
As far as individual results go: That poll has 30% of Generation Z people and 29% of Millennials, for example, approving of Trump's job. Very similar.