Gen Z-ers are optimistic about the future according to a recent web poll conducted from a sample of 3,114 subjects across fifty states. The study defined Gen Z as those born from 1997 to 2011, a generation that encompasses 12-year-olds through adults approaching their thirties. Of note, individuals with a mentor were more than twice as likely as their peers to believe they had a bright future ahead of them, and individuals that identified as Black reported high numbers of optimism. The study also reported that Gen Z struggles more with mental health than millennials did when they were polled at the same age a decade prior.

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