So there's an election on tomorrow (May 6). You may have heard. The consensus in the media is that young people in the UK don't really care about politics.
If you believed what you read in the papers, you'd think the current generation were more interested in snorting mephedrone and stabbing each other than in voting.
We thought that was a bit unfair, so we conducted a bit of research of our own.
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