Gen Z and Millennials are taking over the electorate: columnist

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Washington Post columnist Philip Bump explained that there’s a strange divide in looking at “young voters” and their impact on elections. This month the Census Bureau released data showing the demographics of the electorate in the 2022 midterm elections. It didn’t show much of an increase from the 2018 midterms, and much less than 2020. But other pollsters and voter data firms have highlighted the impact of the Millennial Generation and now Gen Z for years. Bump explained the way measurements generally work. They look at “young voters” as those 18-29. But that isn’t Gen Z and the Millennial Ge…

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