American teenagers are more likely than adults to express support for the Black Lives Matter movement, a recent Pew Research Center report found.
“While support for the Black Lives Matter movement varies considerably between teens and adults, similar shares of 13- to 17-year-olds and young adults ages 18 to 29 express at least some support for the movement,” according to the Pew authors.
“Some 57% of adults ages 30 to 49 support the movement – comparable to the 54% of adults ages 50 to 64 who do so, but higher than the share of adults 65 and older who support it (49%).”
In the report, it was determined that eight-in-ten Black adults support the movement while two-thirds of Hispanic adults and half of White adults do.
The Pew report can be read by clicking here.