For more than 20 years in our online poll, we’ve asked our audience for their thoughts on a wide variety of Main Street subjects. Recently, we asked the following question with four response options, and results in parenthesis:
“Based on your observations, will younger generations – currently under 45 – be able to take full possession and manage the transfer of America’s business?”
• Absolutely. Just as well as any other group – maybe better (23%).
• Not looking great so far – high in entitlement and low in work ethic and critical thinking (26%).
• It seems they’re behind, but there is a minority – about 20% – who could save them (28%).
• Time marches on and each inheriting generation shapes their own future (23%).
In the hundreds of polls we’ve published, rarely has the tightness of the spread of responses been as noteworthy as the leading vote options. For now let’s set aside the 23% who defend the younger generations and the same group who equally defends humanity in general, and focus first on the leading responses.[Continue Reading]