A new Harvard Institute of Politics poll of 18-29 year olds finds that more millennials think Obama will lose his reelection bid (36 percent), than win another term (30 percent).
Among young Americans, Obama's approval rating has fallen to 46 percent — down 9 percent from February, and in line with Obama's approval rating among all voters. Obama was elected with an unprecedented level of support from young voters, and the loss of enthusiasm is reason for his campaign to worry.
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President Obama's approval among youth voters continues to drop, according to a recent survey. A new USA Today/Pew Research Center poll finds that his approval rating is down to 45 percent among Americans from the ages of 18 to 29, ... Read Post