Young Generation involves in Kidnapping activities
صرف والدین اپنے بیٹوں، بیٹیوں کو ذہن میں رکھ کر یہ ویڈیو دیکھ لیں
People are widely presumed to get more right-wing as they get older – but studies suggest those between the ages of 18-30 often hold views to the right of their parents. Vicky Spratt explains why this might be.
“If you’re a conservative when you’re young, you have no heart. If you’re not a conservative when you’re older, you have no brain” – or so the widely quoted saying goes. However, in 2013 the polling company Ipsos Mori, along with think tank Demos, released the Generation Strains report which undermined the idea that you inevitably start out on the political left in your youth and move to the right with age.
The report was based on a compilation of 17 years of polling results which compared attitudes across generations. It suggested that in many respects young people today, that’s my generation – Generation Y, consisting of 18-30-year-olds – are to the political right of their parents and grandparents when they were young.
Their attitudes include a suspicion of collectivism, a greater scepticism towards the state and more faith in themselves as individuals to get things done. My generation has moved to the left on social issues including homosexuality, women’s rights and immigration.