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Millennials’ view on national identity is a lot “more open” than previous generations’.

Feb 20 2017

Millennials’ view on national identity is a lot “more open” than previous generations’. A Pew Research Center survey found that 55% of those 50-years-old and older in the U.S. believe that it is very important that a person shares U.S. national customs and traditions to be truly American, while only 28% of 18-34-year-olds agree. In addition, 21% of Millennials in the U.S. say being born in one’s country is very important to national identity, versus 40% of those 50 and older. This “divide between the young and the old over birthright nationality” is found in multiple countries, indicating it’s a global generational shift. (Pew Research Center)