State of the Youth Nation

Do Stereotypes Continue to Threaten Gen Z's Progression

Published 18th February 2020 

Book a demo

wave
down

Gen Z's behaviours have impacted the entire alcohol sector

We've seen a drop in the number of young people going out drinking, with it largely being driven by 18-21 year olds. 

Why is this happening?

Subscribe to continue reading

Book a demo    Subscriber login

Subscribe to State of the Youth Nation to read the full report along with many more like this. And if you'd like to see it in action, simply request a demo. You can also check out our free youth trends snippets on the blog.

Reports logo
TOPICS

What topics are covered in this article?

  • Alcohol
  • Lifestyle
  • Beverages
  • Drinks market
  • Habits

Demo

Asset 6
STATE OF THE YOUTH NATION

What do I get with my subscription?

  • Gen Z insight
  • Tracking data 
  • Regular webinars
  • Action-orientated insight deck to inspire change

Learn More

Thought Leadership & News

Coronavirus: despite missing school, pupils are hesitant about returning | 13-16 survey results
Youth Thinking

Coronavirus: despite missing school, pupils are hesitant about returning | 13-16 survey results

We're working in partnership with Voxburner ahead of YMS: ONLINE to bring you a new, free webinar, featuring exclusive data from State of the Youth Nation
29 Jun 2020 Read more
YMS: ONLINE | 16th July 2020 | Online
Youth Thinking

YMS: ONLINE | 16th July 2020 | Online

We're working in partnership with Voxburner ahead of YMS: ONLINE to bring you a new, free webinar, featuring exclusive data from State of the Youth Nation
25 Jun 2020 Read more
Unstoppable: why brands need to connect with the change-maker generation | 2nd July | Webinar
Youth Thinking

Unstoppable: why brands need to connect with the change-maker generation | 2nd July | Webinar

We're working in partnership with Voxburner ahead of YMS: ONLINE to bring you a new, free webinar, featuring exclusive data from State of the Youth Nation
25 Jun 2020 Read more

Go to Blog