Millennials and Foreign Policy

Every generation since the Silent Generation has made measurable ideological steps away from US involvement in foreign affairs, particularly military involvement, according to a new study.

Addressing concerns that that Millennials' waning support for an active foreign policy agenda portends future apathy towards global administration, study authors claim it’s difficult to predict exactly how this shift will play out. Another important shift, they say, is looking at how Millennials show both waning support for identifying as Republican and identifying with either party, and the effects that might have on foreign policy issues in the future as they replace other generations at the polls.

The Chicago Council on Global Affairs

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