young americans

While more than half of Americans rejected socialism in a recent Gallup poll, 43% surveyed said some version of it would be good for the country.
"I'm not against the immigrants. I'm just, I'm for Americans. Nobody cares about them. It's like, 'shut up, you're dying, we're gonna replace you.'"
Younger Americans grew up hearing about massacres, but it's not clear that's changed their views on guns.
"This is the first American generation expected to be worse off economically than previous generations."
The 80 million young Americans between 18 and 35 need a way to hold those we elect accountable and focused on creating the future we want, not the future special interests want. Association of Young Americans' mission is to insert the voice of young people into every day politics and restore balance to the political process to solve problems that are holding us back.
Young Americans are fighting an uphill battle against a huge list of social, financial, and political issues that must be solved.
For millennials who aren't sure which candidates they agree with, it's still not too late to find a match online: A new app
Now it's our generation's turn to address perhaps the most important issue of our time -- restoring government of, by, and for the people, not bought, paid, or sold to special interests.
Fewer young Americans care about the issue of marijuana than is commonly thought.
Being poor anywhere sucks, but there's perhaps a particular kind of soul crushing that one experiences being poor in New York City. On average, after rent and bills, I probably had less than three hundred dollars per month to put toward food, other expenses and social activities.