"Over the last several years I’ve given many talks about Vatican II, in the US, Canada, and Australia. On almost every one of those occasions, the audience was by substantial majority over (and often well over) fifty years old.Take a look at the videos posted at the Association of U.S. Catholic Priests from its Inaugural Assembly, "Vatican II Lives".
"A small group of concerned Catholic lay people in Westchester Co., NY, organized in the shock of the scandals, is composed largely of people over sixty. ..."
"During the Bishop Gaillet affair several years ago in France, polls showed that it was mostly Vatican II – aged Catholics who were publicly protesting. ..."
The same demographic but better-dressed, I expect, will be attending "Vatican II at 50: The Vision and Dreams Yet to be Realized" featuring Richard Gaillardetz, Ph.D., at Cardinal Stritch University in August, this year's Symposium on Lay Ministries.
Appropriately for a Vatican II retrospective, the link on the flyer for Mr. Gaillardetz's recent America article is to the magazine's archived issues, rather than to the available direct link to the article.