Millennials turn their back on American institutions

Ernst & Young and the Economic Innovation Group found that millennials no longer have confidence in many of America’s major institutions. Whether it’s corporate America, organized religion, or political parties, millennials are going their own way, and forming their own — usually negative — opinions. Two institutions that still retain the confidence of at least 50 percent of millennials: the military and colleges.

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