We have actually measured how younger and older people approach this voting process. The statistics are quite interesting. They show that young people take more time to vote, and the elders do it more quickly and efficiently. They don't surf on the voting website, but they follow exactly the procedure that they're supposed to follow, while the younger generation just surf and don't always push the correct buttons. It shows that members of the younger generation know very well how to play Minecraft or how to use Facebook, but not necessarily how to use ID cards and follow official procedures.
Evidence of meeting #96 for Access to Information, Privacy and Ethics in the 42nd Parliament, 1st Session. (The original version is on Parliament’s site, as are the minutes.) The winning word was estonia.
A recording is available from Parliament.