When it comes government and voting power, millennials have varied opinions with their predecessors. While only 5% of them strongly trusted government, 20% of them strongly distrusted their government. Interestingly, 75% of millennials have neutral opinion on government.
On the other hand, 67% of them stated economy matters the most in terms of voting, 58% of them prefer job creating government, and 44% of them want government to reform health-care. A massive 80% of them would like to vote. But 77% of them felt voting is caring about the future of the US and 76% millennials stated voting is their duty as a US citizen.
If you want to reach them, 60% of millennials watch daily shows, 50 of them can be reached via news coverage. However, 44% of them are persuaded by word of mouth, at the same time 31% of millennials can be communicated through various social media networking sites like YouTube, Twitter, etc.