We live in an increasingly “post-truth” political climate. But even before fake news and alternative facts, few Americans were in agreement about, well, almost anything. Over time, consensus on central beliefs has waned, and the younger generations are now inheriting this new moral code.
Though still in a formative stage of life, the leading edge of Gen Z, along with Millennials, hold notably different views than older generations. In a major study in partnership with Impact 360 Institute, Barna’s Gen Z report examines beliefs on moral, social and political issues among today’s teens.