I looked up the study by Victims of Communism Memorial Foundation. Millennials aren’t the only group with 32% believing that more people were killed under George W. Bush’s watch than Stalin’s. Turns out about a third of Gen X and Gen Z also believe that to be the case, at 32% and 29% respectively. The older gens believe that at smaller rates (ie. Boomers 21%, Silent 14%), which makes sense given they were adults through the Cold War and would have had much more exposure to death rates in the USSR. Let’s not pretend that millennials are an outlier when it comes to knowledge of this factoid.