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Millennials are asking...

Are you thinking of buying a car?

50514 votes
27% 73%
Art, Design & Photography

Absolutely love them! Anyone else?

25 votes
28% 72%
Music, Movies & TV

Every moment u lives close to my heart

27 votes
50% 50%
Life & Lifestyle

Favorite guitarbrand?

39 votes
40% 60%
Music, Movies & TV

Is Prairie Dawn's name off-Sesame Street Stephanie?

53 votes
32% 68%
Music, Movies & TV

Oh yes!!

2 votes
50% 50%
Life & Lifestyle

It happens all the time.. Happy saturday :)

9 votes
100% 0%
Life & Lifestyle

My hero

65 votes
26% 74%
Life & Lifestyle

Nice

3 votes
100% 0%
Relationships

What is your favorite breakfast food?

50 votes
64% 36%
Food & Drink

Thumbs Up 4 the best president by far.

23 votes
22% 78%
World Events & Politics

Your opinion on Daytona Beach?

61 votes
47% 53%
Places & Travel

Can't get over someone. Worst feeling ever.

86 votes
48% 52%
Relationships

xxx

3 votes
100% 0%
Life & Lifestyle

Name something that is often licked?

35 votes
86% 14%
Life & Lifestyle

Good movie isn't it?

29 votes
27% 73%
Music, Movies & TV

What's your Favourite Scotch?

36 votes
43% 57%
Food & Drink

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Millennial News Feed

Quote of the Day: “When you unplug you notice things around you a lot more. You pay more attention to the details of your everyday life. You get homework done more quickly. You spend more time with people face to face. You're more likely to go outside and relax. You are less stressed from thinking about everything you have to keep up with online.” -Female, 20, NY

We know that Millennials aren’t turning to traditional sources for news: According to Ypulse’s research, most use social media as their top source, and news websites rank above television. Now Millennial media hub BuzzFeed is creating a new app dedicated to delivering serious news stories to its readers, and hiring a team of journalists to work “round the clock.” The app will be a continuation of the site’s efforts to be a credible journalistic source. (AdAge)

The amount that young consumers are spending on vices like alcohol and junk food depends on where they live. 18-35-year olds in the south spend the most on fast food, with more than 40% saying they go to a drive-through at least twice a week, and the least on coffee compared to the rest of the country. Meanwhile, Millennials in Massachusetts are the most likely to be buying booze, followed up by Colorado and New York. (USA

Millennials are changing the way money is managed, and a slew of startups are rushing to cater to their needs and make budgeting, saving, and investing a turnkey, digital part of their lives. The generation controls roughly $2 trillion in liquid assets and will control $7 trillion by the end of the decade. Though college debt will be a “drag” on their net worth, they’re a group of young savers and over the coming years a “torrent of well-educated Millennials” will be “flooding the ‘mass affluent’ market." (Forbes)

Right now, 67% of Millennials do not feel that any show on TV or online accurately represents them. Can that change? Resident Advisors, a new show produced by Elizabeth Banks, will make an attempt by showing a slice of college life. It’s described as a “workplace comedy set is a college dorm,” will feature an ensemble cast, and could have a digital distributor. (Stream Daily)

Apparently there is a hot new trend online. Some teens are lighting themselves on fire (?!) and posting videos of the stunts to Vine and YouTube with the hashtag #FireChallenge. Some attempting the trend have suffered serious burns, and one video called “Fire Challenge Gone Wrong” was followed up by a “cautionary Vine” in which the teen shows the bandages he is now sporting as a result of his injuries. (Daily Dot)

Exactly how much are Millennials spending every day…and what are they buying? Our tracked data trends have all the stats on that, thanks to our bi-weekly survey of 1000 14-32-year-old Millennials nationwide. Our Silver and Gold subscribers get access to regularly updated charts following average daily spend and items purchased, with spending broken out by age and gender. We do the heavy data lifting for you, and we’re constantly adding new data to our trends. (Ypulse)

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