A new Harvard University survey finds that 51 percent of young adults between the ages 18 and 29 say they don’t support capitalism, versus just 42 percent who say they do. Feel the Bern, right?
Yet, oddly, many of those same capitalism skeptics also hold views similar to those of any Ayn Rand-loving free marketeer. For example: Less than a third believe government should play a large role in regulating the economy, reducing income inequality, or stimulating economic growth. Likewise, just a third said they supported socialism.