Pew Poll Reveals THIS About Millennials' Views Toward Church, News Media

According to a recent Pew Research Center poll the Millennial generation (those born after 1980) have developed a skepticism of the mainstream media.

In 2010, Pew says "four-in-ten (40%) Millennials said the national news media was having a positive impact on the way things were going in the country."

By the beginning of this year, that number had dropped to just 27%.


But while Millennials have gained a greater respect for businesses, banks, and their elders in the past 5 years, an area that has seen a huge dip in confidence is churches and religious organizations.

According to Pew, "55% (of Millennials) now say churches have a positive impact on the country compared with five years ago, when nearly three-quarters (73%) said this."

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