Millennials and Baby Boomers Have Been Feeling Different Since the Election
Robert R. Johnson
It's no secret Millennials and Baby Boomers are different, but the way they see their financial outlook — as well as the country's — after the 2016 election differs widely a few months removed from Election Day.
After the election, more than 40% of Millennials felt they would be "worse off" than in 2016, and 30% predicted the economy would be "a lot worse off," according to survey numbers from COUNTRY Financial.
Metinko, Chris, "Millennials and Baby Boomers Have Been Feeling Different Since the Election" (2017). In the News. 2096.