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Affluent millennials are far more likely than rich seniors to think that money and power go hand in hand in a relationship.
An analysis by the Marshall Project and the Los Angeles Times of the more than 3,500 people who served time in Southern California’s pay-to-stay programs from 2011 through 2015 found more than 160 participants who had been convicted of serious crimes including assault, robbery, domestic violence, battery, sexual assault, sexual abuse of children and possession of child pornography.
Breaking down pay-to-stay convictions More than 3,500 people participated in pay-to-stay programs in Southern California from 2011 through 2015.
Indeed, two in three (66%) rich millennials — people ages 21-36 with more than $1 million in investable assets — who are married or living with a partner agree with the statement “whoever earns the most money has the most influence in the relationship.” That’s compared to just 37% of Gen Xers and 29% of boomers, according to a U. Trust study released Tuesday of more than 800 high-net-worth adults.