Who is more involved in causes today, millennial women or men? You may be surprised.
Historically, the Millennial Impact Project has witnessed self-identified millennial women to be more engaged in philanthropic behavior than self-identified men. However, based on dramatically reduced levels of engagement in the past year, millennial women's belief that social change is possible seems to have suffered.
This finding is part of a new research brief from the 2017 Millennial Impact Report, The Power of Voice: A New Era of Cause Activation & Social Issue Adoption.
The brief, now available for download, looks at how cause involvement differs between millennial men and women. Using data gathered from 3,000 survey respondents fielded July 19 - August 8, 2017, the brief answers overarching questions like:
- How did past voting behavior affect future cause engagement?
- How did confidence in social change differ between genders?
- How did satisfaction with the Trump administration differ between genders?
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