The Duchess of Sussex is more respected than the Duchess of Cambridge, but less than Queen Elizabeth II, among young Brits, according to a rare poll that includes some under 18s.
The 39-year-old star's new media venture, A Starting Point, is bringing politicians directly to the most engaged young cohort in modern American history.
Evans and Kassen talked exclusively with Newsweek about "A Starting Point" and the need to get young people interested in politics and issues.
Getting young people politically involve requires people to be willing to those who disagree with them, according to BridgeUSA's Ross Irwin.
An idea for a group tattoo on TikTok amongst Zoomers has gone too far, with many young people, seemingly unintentionally, planning to get a symbol similar to the Wolfsangel, which was used by Nazis.
The future of the youth vote is more up for grabs than some now think.
Students graduating from college this year were preschoolers on 9/11, grew up during the Great Recession and are launching into adulthood amid a global pandemic. How much more can Gen Z take?
Published in light of Human Rights Day on December 10, the survey demonstrates a disconnect between world leaders and the wishes of their youngest generation, according to Amnesty International.
Millennials and Gen Zers who practice a religion are more optimistic about their own futures and the future of the world, according to a new study from a Christian polling firm.
This year's college graduating class, raised by brooding cynics and witnesses to the economic collapse of 2008, are clear-eyed pragmatists.
The British Army implemented a controversial new recruitment drive targeting "snowflake" and "bing gamer" members of the millennial and Generation Z age groups.
Technology could have helped children develop self-control, researchers evaluating the "marshmallow test" believe.
Feelings of anxiety among Americans has spiked overall in the past year, according to the American Psychiatric Association.
Millennials and Generation Z should receive a one-time "citizen's inheritance" to boost young people's economic prospects, a new report says.
More than 20,000 people aged 15 to 21 from 20 countries were surveyed.