The Congress of Deputies welcomes from ten this morning a debate on the conclusions of a macro-survey that reflects the feelings of young people about the functioning of the State. A msurvey conducted on young people between 16 and 34 years old. 87% of them feel little or nothing represented by the political parties and 92% do not feel heard, while 93% believe that there is very little job offer for young people. The study includes some proposals from the respondents themselves to improve this situation. They ask to lower the retirement age for habits that are respectful of the environment. to promote youth employment, regularize the price of rents, or incentivize
Cristian Palazzi, director of this study called The future is now, stands out in Day by day the concern of young people for hate speech, the defense and struggle for social and environmental rights and the belief in democracy.
In this sense, despite the high percentage that feel underrepresented by political leaders, Palazzi explains that “they are socially committed and almost half consider themselves agents of change.” In this way, he points out that with the proposals put forward in this study “they demand the promotion of healthy habits in terms of health, climate change or social commitment.”
Finally, another fact that draws the attention of the director of the study is that nationalism and immigration occupy positions eighteen and nineteen, respectively, in the ranking of the twenty concerns. “These are two issues that the political class is bombarding us all day,” adds Palazzi.