Millennial Values Survey Report
April 19, 2012
A joint effort between the Berkley Center and the Public Religion Research Institute, this groundbreaking survey explores how 18-24 year-olds view faith, values, and the 2012 election. The survey of 2,000 college-age Millennials provides new insights about the moral and religious values that animate young adults, and how these values impact their voting preferences and views on a range of issues including religious pluralism, social and economic inequality, immigration, and issues of race and gender. The survey also provides clues about what young people think about important political figures and political movements of the day.
The Millennial Values Survey is made possible through a grant from the Ford Foundation.
> Full Text
> Executive Summary
> Part 1: College-Age Millennials: A Brief Profile of a Generation in Transition
> Part 2: Critical Issues Facing the Country
> Part 3: The 2012 Vote
> Part 4: Economic Inequality and the Role of Government
> Part 5: Morality and Legality of Social Issues
> Part 6: Religious and Ethnic Pluralism
> Part 7: Religious Beliefs, Practices, and Identity