The recovery of security, which 44.6% of young people claim to have lost due to the pandemic, primarily involves the vaccination of the entire population (42.1%), the relaxation of measures and a relative return to normality. (30%). On the subject of vaccinations, the interviewees show no hesitation, declaring themselves absolutely in favor of the anti-Covid vaccine (84.6%), which they hope to benefit from as soon as possible (79.4%), mainly to protect the sphere of their affections ( for 46.4% it represents a form of protection towards their parents / grandparents). The photograph emerges from the 9th Annual Research Report of “Generazione Proteo”, the permanent Observatory on young people of Link Campus University, created this year in partnership with Grandi Scuole and which interviewed 1,812 Italian students of the last years of high school, representative of the entire national territory and of the different types of address, and which returns the identikit of the ‘Post-Covid Generation’. Full adherence to the vaccine as the main antidote to the pandemic is also confirmed by the confidence that respondents declare they have in science (44.1% declare that trust has increased), considered to be a boost to the evolution of the world (56, 4%). A confidence that also extends to scientific data (56.7%), but not to scientists, of which young people complain in particular that they are too “presence” on TV (13.9%) and equally too much in league with the political class (20.2%). The increase in trust in science is offset by a significant worsening in trust in the judiciary (59.6%) and in the European Union (47.1%), but above all in politics (74.6%). A policy towards which young people declare themselves not at all (21.5%) and not very interesting (42.4%), compared to an overall 33.6% of interested parties, a significant decrease compared to the overall 42.1% of a year ago, and this also because there is the conviction of a policy that is not at all (41.1%) or little (47.2%) willing to listen to the younger generations.