Socialism with a spine: the only 21st century alternative | John Quiggin | Business | The Guardian

Support for socialism is particularly strong among those under 30, whose economic experience has been dominated by the global financial crisis (GFC) and the subsequent decade of economic stagnation and rising inequality. The most striking example is the recent UK election where Jeremy Corbyn received over 60% of the votes of those aged 18-25. Similarly in the US, Bernie Sanders drew his most enthusiastic support from the young.

Source: Socialism with a spine: the only 21st century alternative | John Quiggin | Business | The Guardian