HORRIFYING: Survey Shows 25 Percent of Gen Z Identifies as ‘Queer’ and Nearly 50 Percent are Atheists
Various studies regarding the views of Generation Z, which is the generation born between 1996 and 2010, have shown some incredibly troubling results that do not bode well for the future of America and Western Civilization.
“The evidence all points in one direction: Americans born after 1996, known as Generation Z, could doom not only Trumpism but conservatism as the country currently knows it,” Politico brags.
Unfortunately, the fake news is not wrong in this instance. The results of the survey indicate that the Leftist propaganda has worked, and Gen Z has abandoned Christian values and patriotism to worship degeneracy, hedonism, and soulless consumption.
“If you look at what the priorities are of younger voters, the Republican Party is really going to be at a crossroads in a few election cycles,” said Melissa Deckman, a political science professor with Washington College.
“The long-term trend is pretty clear: They definitely will guide our policies in a more leftward way going forward,” she added.
The findings show that Gen Z is even further to the Left than millennials, who are arguably the most left-leaning generation in history.
“Millennials got older and they did not become markedly more Republican in the process, which was kind of the gamble Republicans had always made,” said Soltis Anderson, a Republican pollster.
In a Harvard Youth Poll conducted in August and September, the three biggest issues for Gen Z are economy, coronavirus, and “racial justice.” The issues that closely follow these are climate change and healthcare. They overwhelmingly support socialist, government-mandated solutions to all of these problems.
A plurality of Gen Z respondents support defunding the police, with over half of Gen Z strongly supporting the Black Lives Matter terror movement that has destroyed cities nationwide, according to a POLITICO/Morning Consult poll. 56 percent of Gen Z members believe that racism is a “major problem,” showing how the generation that eats tide pods for fun has been hopelessly brainwashed.
Even more disgusting and depraved are the social practices of Gen Z.
Six in 10 members of Gen Z believe that there are more genders than just “man” and “woman,” with one in four Gen Z members identifying as “queer.” 49 percent of Gen Z members consider themselves atheist or agnostic, having replaced the truth of God with selfish temporal pursuits. Unsurprisingly, they view Republicans in Congress far more harshly than they do the Democrats.
Gen Z will undoubtedly be leading the Democrat Party’s continued progression to the extreme left, which is going to hasten in the years to come.
“The Democratic Party is going to have a lot of work to do over the next five, 10, 15 years to ensure they’re giving these young people, a reason to put a D next to their name,” said Ben Wessel, executive director of NextGen America.
Big League Politics has reported on the feeble, infantile nature of the generation that will likely go down as the worst to ever exist:
Snowflakes in Generation Z are reportedly triggered by complete sentences and full stops in text message exchanges, according to new research from linguistic experts.
Research indicates that Generation Z feels intimidated by full stops, preferring to speak in fragmented English. Full stops are interpreted as angry and insincere, as the creep toward idiocracy continues.
“If you send a text message without a full stop, it’s already obvious that you’ve concluded the message,” linguistic expert Dr. Lauren Fonteyn of Leiden University wrote in a tweet.
“So if you add that additional marker for completion, they will read something into it and it tends to be a falling intonation or negative tone,” she added.
“I’m not sure I agree about emails. I guess it depends how formal they are,” explained Owen McArdle, a University of Cambridge linguist.
“But full stops are, in my experience, very much the exception and not the norm in [young people’s] instant messages, and have a new role in signifying an abrupt or angry tone of voice,” he added.
A Binghamton University in New York study conducted in 2015 with 126 undergraduates showed that ending a sentence normally was now perceived as insincere. Messages that end in exclamation points are looked at as more genuine and profound, according to the study’s findings.
“When speaking, people easily convey social and emotional information with eye gaze, facial expressions, tone of voice, pauses and so on,” said researcher Celia Klin.
“People obviously can’t use these mechanisms when they are texting. Thus, it makes sense that texters rely on what they have available to them – emoticons, deliberate misspellings that mimic speech sounds and, according to our data, punctuation,” she added.
If American patriots cannot overthrow globalism quickly, this wretched generation will take power and usher in atrocities that cannot currently be fathomed.