Electronic/World Wide Web>Internet Article:  Lyons, Linda (January 4, 2005), Teens Stay True to Parents' Political Perspectives, Gallup, Retrieved on 2011-06-02
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    02 JUN 2011

     Teens Share Their Parent's Political Preferences

    Are the great generation-splitting debates that were characteristic of the 1960s and 1970s -- about everything from politics and religion to drugs and hair -- splitting today's generations? Not if the results of a new Gallup Youth Survey*, which asked teens to compare their social and political views with those of their parents, are any indication. While a fifth of U.S. teens (21%) say they are "more liberal" than their parents and 7% say "more conservative," 7 in 10 teens (71%) say their soc...
    Folksonomies: politics ideology
    Folksonomies: politics ideology
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    So political ideology is mostly a matter of birth, not reason.