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Trump and Clinton both have problems with young voters. Here’s how it could cost them

Trump and Clinton both have problems with young voters. Here’s how it could cost them

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 We know that young people have the power to swing elections. 49 million young people, ages 18-29, are eligible to vote, compared to roughly 45 million seniors who are eligible. In 2012, if young people had split their votes equally in Ohio, Pennsylvania, Virginia, and Florida, instead of overwhelmingly supporting President Obama, Governor Mitt Romney would have won those states … (continue reading)

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