January 11, 2016

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A Large Cohort of Millennials is Reshaping the Landscape in the Beehive State

Compiled by Adva Biton

January 11, 2016

  Liberal Moderate


Millenial 23% 39% 35%
Gen X 20% 36% 40%
Boomer 16% 34% 48%
Silent 10% 29% 58T

While Utah is less ethnically diverse than the nation, the state is trending toward larger non-white populations for Gen Xers and Millennials than earlier generations.

Utah’s proportion of married, stay-at-home mothers is around 12 percent higher for Gen Xers and Millennials than their national peers.

Utah has the second highest percentage of homeownership among Millennial households—in part due to more of them being married with children.

Sources: Utah Foundation, Millennials and Boomers Part I-IV; The Pew Foundation

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