The 118th Congress achieved a variety of demographic milestones when its members took office in January. Generation Z is now represented in the halls of Congress, reflecting the changing generational makeup of the United States. This shift is projected to have potentially profound implications for future voting patterns and the overall political landscape.
American democracy is at a dangerous inflection point. The moment requires a step-change in strategy and support. Without such momentum, the generational makeup of the United States will change dramatically in the future, and this is expected to impact voting patterns significantly.
Our approach to generational analysis has evolved to incorporate new considerations. By understanding the factors that shape each generation's values, beliefs, and experiences, we can gain insights into their voting behaviors. This knowledge allows us to better understand and predict the voting patterns of different generations.