Generation Z is defined as the "post-millennial" generation. Anyone born after 1996 is considered to be Generation Z, or as a "Zoomer." Conservatism saw a harsh decline in the Millennial generation, yet the Zoomer generation seems different.
According to research, Generation Z may become the most conservative generation since WWII. If this is indeed true, why is it so difficult for young people to be openly conservative? What keeps them quiet?
Mia Cathell is a Reporter for The Post Millennial and a Journalism Major at Boston University. She is also the Host for one of our upcoming podcasts, Raised Right.
Having appeared in multiple outlets, including Tucker Carlson, Mia is a vocal conservative for Generation Z.
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