Today, young adults ages 18 to 29 are less than half as likely to be white Christians as seniors age 65 and older.
Some 84% of global online consumers aged 16 and older report sharing content online.
Some 51% of American adults say they have less trust in major corporations than they did a few years ago, while just 8% have more trust.
This infomap by the Washington Post illustrates the second largest religious tradition for each state in the union.
Only 49% of Millennials say the phrase A Patriotic Person describes them very well—with 35% saying this is a Perfect description.
Not only are Millennials less likely than older generations to be affiliated with any religion, they are also less likely to say they believe in God.
Half of Millennials (50%) now describe themselves as political independents and about three-in-ten (29%) say they are not affiliated with any religion.
The Bible Belt, comprised mostly of Southern Baptists, is on full display and informs the strong social conservative strain that runs through American politics.
Community site categories accounted for 4 of the 10 top-gaining web categories by percentage change in July 2012, led by pets sites.