Telefonica Global Millennial Survey - US results

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US Millennials are digitally-savvy and optimistic about their future. In addition to valuing their personal freedoms, they believe in their ability to make a difference globally and locally and the …

US Millennials are digitally-savvy and optimistic about their future. In addition to valuing their personal freedoms, they believe in their ability to make a difference globally and locally and the power of technology to create opportunities for all.

Despite having confidence in themselves, Millennials in the US are less certain about the future of the US and its economy.

Telefónica in partnership with the Financial Times, commissioned 12,171 online quantitative interviews among Millennials, aged 18-30, across 27 countries in six regions including North America, Latin America, Western Europe, Central and Eastern Europe, Asia, and Middle East & Africa .

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  • 1. Telefónica Global Millennial Survey U.S. Millennials - While U.S. Millennials believe they can affect change through technology, personal knowledge of technology is contributing to a new gender gap_ Today’s young adults: the leaders of tomorrow. Their Use of Technology U.S. Millennials believe technology empowers and enables_ 77% Their View on Family and Religion believe technology creates more opportunities for all, compared to 69% worldwide. 49% say they have excellent personal knowledge and comfort level with technology, compared to 30% worldwide. 52% However, there is a contrast between men and women in the U.S., creating a technology gender gap: 38% of U.S. Millennials believe it is very important to get married, compared to 46% worldwide. 60% of females of males believe they have excellent personal knowledge and comfort level with technology. Their Economic Outlook Today, U.S. Millennials express concern about the economy_ 46% 56% 49% 30% of U.S. Millennials say religion is very important in their life, compared to 21% worldwide. of U.S. Millennials say the economy is the most important issue facing their region, compared to 27% worldwide. of U.S. Millennials say their country’s best days are behind, compared to 33% worldwide. of U.S. Millennials expect they will need to continue working indefinitely (unable to afford retirement), compared to 39% worldwide. Global Economy 63% of U.S. Millennials believe it is on the wrong track, compared to 52% worldwide. Region’s Economy 60% of U.S. Millennials believe it is on the wrong track, compared to 50% worldwide. 52% of U.S. Millennials plan to raise their children in their religion / with their religious beliefs, compared to 37% worldwide. Their Place in the World A large majority of U.S. Millennials are still optimistic about their ability to make a difference_ 77% 81% of U.S. Millennials believe there are opportunities in their country to develop and bring ideas to market, compared to 68% worldwide. of U.S. Millennials are active participants in their country’s political process – more so than 71% worldwide. 83% of U.S. Millennials believe they can make a local difference, compared to 62% worldwide. 52% of U.S. Millennials believe they can make a global difference, compared to 40% worldwide. U.S. Millennials are aware of local and global economic challenges, but believe entrepreneurial opportunity exists in the U.S. and that they can make a difference in the world. Learn more at telefonica.com/millennials #TEFMillennials