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Poll: Generation Z Span

View Poll Results: What Generation Span do you agree or identify for Generation Z?

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  • 2005 - 2025

    0 0%
  • 1993 - 2005

    2 4.55%
  • 1995 - 2014

    6 13.64%
  • 1995 - 2009

    5 11.36%
  • 1995 - 2010

    2 4.55%
  • 1995 - 2012

    3 6.82%
  • 1996 - 2010

    11 25.00%
  • Other

    15 34.09%
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This is a discussion on Poll: Generation Z Span within the Generation Z Forum forums, part of the The Generations category; Originally Posted by ZeldaFan20 1997-2012 seems to be the most common range you see nowadays. 1995/1996 are now typically seen ...

  1. #61

    Quote Originally Posted by ZeldaFan20 View Post
    1997-2012 seems to be the most common range you see nowadays. 1995/1996 are now typically seen as the 'last in line' for Gen Y/Millennials. I'm genuinely surprised the OP didn't include that range, but nonetheless I voted 'Other'. Personally for me though, but I'm sure most would agree that, anybody whom spent most of their childhood/experienced peak childhood (ages 7.5-8) before the launch of the original iPhone in Summer of 2007, and to spend most of their youthhood/experienced peak youthhood (ages 16.5-17) before the election of Donald Trump, is safely more of a Millennial than a Zoomer. They still may likely be a 'Zillennial' (Cusp of Y & Z), but still in the grand scheme of things anybody whom spent most of their childhoods in a post "A phone, a music player, and a internet communicator" world and their youthhoods in a post "Trump can never win" world are safely more on the side of Gen Z/Homelanders.
    That's what I didn't understand about Pew's 1996 cutoff. Going by your definition of experiencing peak childhood and peak youth, 1997 and 1998 babies spent the majority of their childhoods prior to the launch of the iPhone, and graduated high school before Trump got elected (C/O 2015 and 2016, respectively), and thus were able to vote for the first time in that election alongside 1995/96 babies. Plus, they were preschoolers during 9/11, making them the last who were "in school" during the attacks. Ending the generation at 1996 simply because they were in Kindergarten during 9/11 is very lazy in my book.

    You could also classify those who were still in high school for the Parkland shooting and the start of "March for our lives" as safely more on the Gen Z side too. This would put late '99/2000 (C/O 2018) as the starting point.
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  2. #62

    Quote Originally Posted by Willtip98 View Post
    That's what I didn't understand about Pew's 1996 cutoff. Going by your definition of experiencing peak childhood and peak youth, 1997 and 1998 babies spent the majority of their childhoods prior to the launch of the iPhone, and graduated high school before Trump got elected (C/O 2015 and 2016, respectively), and thus were able to vote for the first time in that election alongside 1995/96 babies. Plus, they were preschoolers during 9/11, making them the last who were "in school" during the attacks. Ending the generation at 1996 simply because they were in Kindergarten during 9/11 is very lazy in my book.

    You could also classify those who were still in high school for the Parkland shooting and the start of "March for our lives" as safely more on the Gen Z side too. This would put late '99/2000 (C/O 2018) as the starting point.
    You still believe that anyone born after 1996 could possibly be millennials? This is getting really pathetic and ridiculous at this point. The reality is that anyone who doesn't remember 9/11, Web 1.0,VHS when they were still popular,a time before YouTube,and were in Elementary School during the recession are unquestionably fully Gen Z, PERIOD.This would actually put people born in late 1996/1997(class of 2015) as the first to be unquestionable and fully Gen Z birth years. A large majority of sources suggest that people born in 1997 and 1998 are pretty much fully accepted as Gen Z anyway,whether if you like or not. A very few people start Gen Z after 1997 anymore and for great reasons.
    Last edited by Michael69; 08-19-2019 at 01:21 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Michael69 View Post
    You still believe that anyone born after 1996 could possibly be millennials? This is getting really pathetic and ridiculous at this point. The reality is that anyone who doesn't remember 9/11, Web 1.0,VHS when they were still popular,a time before YouTube,and were in Elementary School during the recession are unquestionably fully Gen Z, PERIOD.This would actually put people born in late 1996/1997(class of 2015) as the first to be unquestionable and fully Gen Z birth years. A large majority of sources suggest that people born in 1997 and 1998 are pretty much fully accepted as Gen Z anyway,whether if you like or not. A very few people start Gen Z after 1997 anymore and for great reasons.
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    Can you please close the thread thank you very much?


     
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