Why are so many Americans so unhappy with their lives?

What’s the deal with people like me?

The term “survey junkie” has become a meme among millennials, with its adherents taking it to mean anyone who doesn’t understand how the U.S. political system works or how to use social media to inform the public.

It’s a sentiment shared by people like Dr. David Cote, a professor of social psychology at Emory University.

“Survey junkies are the people who don’t get it.

They don’t understand it.

And they just don’t care,” Cote told CNNMoney.

The term has been used to describe those who are not interested in politics or social issues.

But a recent survey of Americans by the Pew Research Center found that nearly a third of Americans who have not been involved in politics for more than two years are still undecided about their party affiliation.

“There’s no question that millennials are becoming disillusioned with politics.

That is an indication of the dissatisfaction with their political system,” Cotes said.

Millennials have grown up in a world where politics is a major part of their lives, and for many of them it is becoming harder and harder to find a way to engage in the public sphere.

They are also finding it harder and more difficult to make friends with people who share their political beliefs.

In the past, people who were part of a political party were able to get along with each other and socialize, Cote said.

Now, many people have grown disillusioned because of the lack of political engagement.

People who are more interested in the internet are also turning to politics to find information about candidates and issues, Cotes added.

And people who are part of both parties are finding it difficult to find political information on the internet, with the Trump administration and other Republican politicians often not being the only candidates that they follow.

“The Internet is the great equalizer.

It’s the new normal.

But we don’t have enough access to it.

We don’t want it,” Cottes said.

But he cautioned that many millennials may be looking for an alternative.

When they find an alternative, Cottys hope that the millennial generation will turn to politics again, as a way of expressing their political views.

“It’s not going to be that simple.

We’re going to have to create a new political culture,” Cotes said of the millennials.