Political views by generation

Via Zero Hedge, the results of a survey by YouGov on the voting trends by generation in the UK, with the results being from the recent elections in the UK.


Evidently the same patterns hold true in this country as in the UK, with the younger voters being decidedly to the left in their voting habits, and the oldest being most ‘right-wing.’ The pattern held true in the Brexit referendum, with the young being very upset at the “racist” oldsters for voting to leave the EU.

Without the votes of the older segments (50+, and especially 60+) Britain could not have had a chance of extricating itself, via Brexit, from the EU.

Youth has its good points, but the young on both sides of the Atlantic seem to have been easy prey for the left’s propaganda for all these years. One can hope they’ll outgrow it, but they have to want to. They can easily find the truth if they really want to know; nobody has to be a victim of propaganda but it seems to have quite a hold on some segments of the population in the West.

4 thoughts on “Political views by generation

  1. Merry Christmas Bonnyblue

    This is the third time I have tried to make a nice comment for you.I think I have to be pre logged on for the comment to work
    You seem so fantastic. You seem mentally strong.
    I don’t care for Christmas but that is puritans for you.

    I hope you feel good.


    • Hi, Puritan. Thanks for the kind words.
      Sorry you’ve had trouble posting; I even have trouble myself now and then. Like this last night; it took me ages to get the video posted.
      For me Christmas is about Christ’s birth and after that it’s about family and home and hearth which is something I really seem to want in these anxious days we live in. I know a lot of people, though, get depressed at Christmas. I hope you can get through these days, they come and go so quickly, these holidays.


  2. I feel so destitute. I have little hope for the Good Old Puritan Cause but that’s who I am. I remind myself that if the European people are to survive it will require a firm moral awakening. Many Holidays have come and gone but they all mean nothing to me. My broken family detest my culture and do not understand it. I feel like my life has passed me by. I don’t even have the energy to do what I consider right.


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