Nearly six-in-ten (59%) members of the Millennials group (ages 18 to 30) support allowing gays and lesbians to marry legally; just 33% of the over-65 Silent generation share this view.
Two-thirds of Millennials believe that relying on military force creates hatred that leads to more terrorism, a view shared by a significantly smaller portion (41%) of the over-65 Silent generation.
In 2009, the gap in median net worth between households headed by adults over 65 and those headed by adults younger than 35 was $166,382.
More than nine-in-ten teens (93%) who use social media have an account on Facebook, making it the dominant social media site in this age demographic.
More than half of veterans (54%) who suffered major service-related injuries said they had difficulties readjusting to civilian life and 47% reported suffering from post-traumatic stress.
Under an alternate poverty calculation developed by the Census Bureau, the poverty rate of Hispanics is 28.2%, the highest among the nation's largest racial and ethnic groups.
The over-65 Silent generation is more likely than younger age cohorts to say that President Obama makes them angry. Four-in-ten Silents share this sentiment compared to 19% of Millennials.
Just under half (46%) of cell phone and tablet users who have downloaded apps say they have paid for an app at some point.
The most popular category of apps downloaded by cell phone and tablet users are ones that provide regular updates on news, weather, sports or stocks. Nearly three-quarters (74%) of app downloaders have used an app that serves one or more of these functions.
Three-in-ten members of the over-65 Silent generation describe themselves as angry with the federal government. About a quarter (26%) of Baby Boomers also say they are angry at Washington.