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An unprecedented survey designed to portrait a whole generation
A unique survey aiming at drawing the portrait of a generation.

the Survey

Questions on every issue. Or at least, the most important ones. Answer the questions and compare your answers to what others answered in real time.
Answer the questions
answers in Lebanon

the Portrait

Even if you haven't answered the survey, you may consult answers to every single question.
respondents in Lebanon
Banks and money rule the world
I agree
I disagree
respondents in Lebanon

the Arab world

The survey ask the same question to all the participating countries. Thanks to the map, you can compare the answers from each country.
Compare the results
respondents in 8 countries
Compared to your parents' lives, you feel that your future is going to be?
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Generally better
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the Observatory

Interviews, videos, articles... To know more, check out the experts' opinions.

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The Generation What? survey keeps revealing new surprises. It aims at enabling young people aged from 18 to 34 years old to answer a questionnaire that draws the portrait of their generation throughout the world.

The survey was launched a month ago in 8 Arab countries (Morocco, Algeria, Tunisia, Libya, Egypt, Jordan, Palestine and Lebanon). We’re still at the very beginning of the project, as our investigation will continue developing over the next six months. We have to be careful …

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The education system, the Arab youth’s n°1 concern

Only recently launched in 5 countries of the Arab world (Morocco, Algeria, Tunisia, Jordan, Lebanon), Generation What?’s campaign has already revealed surprising results.

Generation What? allows millennials, the generation aged from 18 to 34 years old, to draw the portrait of their generation, country by country, through an online questionnaire of over 150 questions, written by an international team of sociologists.

When looking at the answers to “What are the three issues …

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