Young people are outpacing older generations when it comes to attending protests in the wake of Trump’s election.
By Sarah Ruiz-Grossman
Since the November presidential election, waves of people have taken to the streets in protest ― and young people are leading the charge.
Millennials ages 18 to 30 are more likely to have gone to a protest since the election than any other age group, according to a HuffPost/YouGov poll conducted from Feb. 1 to Feb. 3. Millennials are also more likely than older groups to think protesting is an effective form of political action.
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