Gen Z eligible voters reflect the growing racial and ethnic diversity of U.S. electorate
The share of Gen Z voters who are Hispanic is significantly higher than the share among other groups of voters.
The ways Hispanics describe their identity vary across immigrant generations
On the Cusp of Adulthood and Facing an Uncertain Future: What We Know About Gen Z So Far
Millennials overtake Baby Boomers as America’s largest generation
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More Seniors get broadband at home
A growing number of "Silver Surfers" switch to fast online connections
Young People More Engaged, More Uncertain
Debates More Important to Young Voters
Older Americans and the Internet: Adapting Government Websites for an Older Audience
This presentation provides new demographic data, not contained in recent reports, that is broken out by age groups. It also contains specific tips for government Web site managers who want to design senior-friendly sites.
The Medicare Information Challenge
OK, so a high-stakes financial decision faces a big group of consumers. Most experienced Internet users might say, “So what, I got a great deal on my car last year based on Web research..."
Older Americans and the Internet
22% of Americans 65 and older use the Internet. The percent of seniors who go online has jumped by 47% between 2000 and 2004. In a February 2004 survey, 22% of Americans age 65 or older reported having access to the Internet, up from 15% in 2000. By ...
A Global Generation Gap
Adapting to a New World
Young People are Reading--Everything but Newspapers
by Andrew Kohut for Columbia Journalism Review
Young People up to Speed on Terrorism News
by Andrew Kohut for America Online
While 56% of all Americans go online, only 15% of Americans over the age of 65 have access to the Internet. Wealthy and educated seniors are most likely to go online. They are enthusiastic Internet users who love email and use the Web to gather all ...
Young, Old Differ On Using Surplus To Fix Social Security
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