"Neither political party has really articulated an economic vision that will address the challenges faced by young adults. The solutions we’re seeing are sort of recycled solutions from the past."
— Aaron Smith, co-founder and executive director of Young Invincibles, speaking about Millennials at our Generations in the Next America symposium.
"Thanks to the aging of today’s middle-aged demographic bulge and ongoing improvements in life expectancy, the population of seniors is projected to surge, increasing from 530.5 million in 2010 to 1.5 billion in 2050. The result will be a much older world, a future in which roughly one-in-six people is expected to be 65 and older by 2050, double the proportion today."
— from our new report: Attitudes about Aging: A Global Perspective
"Roughly half of Hispanics (46%) are looking forward to the World Cup, compared with 15% of non-Hispanic whites"