How Polling Tracks Changes In Partisan Issues And Demographics
Carroll Doherty, Director of Political Research at the Pew Research Center, joins Federalist Radio to discuss polling, demographic changes, the partisan issues dividing Americans, and how families will be discussing politics over the holidays. Domenech asks Doherty what he’s found when polling on religion, media representation, guns, and political approval ratings.
“The millennials, the oldest of whom are now approaching 40…they were the most diverse generation in history, and now the post-millennials, ages 6 to 21, now are the most diverse racially and ethically,” Doherty said. “They’re better educated and we’re interested in learning more about them, what their politics are.”
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