The Sun on Sunday newspaper commissioned me to put together this report on Millennials.
It involved working with a dating website who had questioned users from three different age groups.
They answered questions on their feelings on dating and relationships, politics, social media, cosmetic surgery and their lifestyle.
I was required to break down the data for this report and source experts to comment on each aspect of the findings.
James Roberts of www.progressivetravelrecruitment.com commented on Millennials in the workplace, psychologist Emma Kenny on relationships and David Mills of Saucy Dates who carried out the research spoke about the findings too.
The poll of 2,000 people revealed that while over a third, 41 per cent, would send a potential date a photo of themselves in underwear or naked, 67 per cent would feel sexually harrassed or uncomfortable if their boss touched their knee.
Nearly half – 43 per cent – expect to work just six hours a day. But despite having the remaining 18 hours to do as they pleased, seven out of ten would rather date online.
They were the generation most likely to have one night stands with nine out of ten saying they were acceptable, but least likely to tolerate cheating.
Such is their desire to look their best on social media sites like Facebook, Snapchat and Instagram, seven out of ten would consider cosmetic surgery.
Millennials drink less than the two generations before them, and aren’t inclined to take recreational drugs like cocaine and ecstasy.
One in five vote Labour, seven out of ten are opposed to Brexit and one in ten think we shouldn’t honour our war dead on Remembrance Sunday.
David Minns of saucydates.com who carried out the research said: “Millennials have a reputation as being entitled and egotistical, and we looked at not just their opinion of themselves but society as a whole.
“We examined how they date, vote, which social media platforms they use, their lifestyles and their value system too.
“It’s a fascinating insight into the minds of young people that has never been seen before.”