The screenshot is from a poll conducted by Friedrich Ebert Stiftung and the Fabian Society and mirrors what we have been saying since May 2009 - that those who most are, and will be, suffering or enjoying the consequences of decisions made now are not represented in the institutions that are making them. As the report puts as clearly as possible:
Old people, lucky enough to have lived lives immeasurably better than any generation in the history of the earth, clinging to power at the expense of the young. This 61 year-old finds the whole performance disgusting.“It is younger people who will have to live with the consequences of whatever decisions politicians and perhaps the public may take on our EU membership. On balance, 18 to 34 year-olds support a European future for Britain and this should weigh heavily on the minds of older age-groups when they consider how they would vote in any referendum."