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A young generation loves Obama, cool to Clinton, Trump

DURHAM, N.C. (AP) — A new generation of American voters has few if any profound political memories of any president other than Barack Obama, and that appears to be having an effect on how they perceive their choices for his successor. A new GenForward survey suggests millennials as a whole disapprove overwhelmingly of Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump, and interviews with college students in the battleground state of North Carolina found many first-time voters see the 70-year-old real estate mogul as offensive, unprepared and even racist.
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