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Among young voters, Obama's popularity may not transfer

DURHAM, North Carolina (AP) — Paulos Muruts is set to cast his first presidential ballot for Hillary Clinton — if he makes it to the ballot box. Muruts represents a frustrating political reality for Clinton in her matchup against Republican nominee Donald Trump: The GenForward survey, conducted Sept. 1-14 by the Black Youth Project at the University of Chicago with the Associated Press-NORC Center for Public Affairs Research, found that 54 percent of voters age 18 to 30 held a negative view of Clinton.
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Among young voters, Obama's popularity may not transfer

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Paulos Muruts is set to cast his first presidential ballot for Hillary Clinton — if he makes it to the ballot box. "I might need someone on Election Day to … Click to Continue »

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