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Enthusiasm Craters for Obama Amongst Young Voters

bible1st Wrote: Apr 20, 2012 1:38 PM
Mr. Smith. Though I agree with your statement, the choice is plain. It is either Obama or Romney. To chose another candidate, and thereby allow Obama to be reelected, is what I refer to as "Cutting off your own nose to spite your face". If you would rather have Obama just to keep from accepting the Rep. nominee, Ok. It is your demise as well as his. The simple fact is that Ron Paul, though he has some great ideas, is not capable of winning in a general election against Obama or Romney. If you are unwilling to accept that truth, well...., I don't know what to tell you. I am not trying to be insulting or arguementative. I am just trying to face the truth. My favorite candidate is Gingrich, but I have to accept the apparent fact that...
A new poll out shows that the youth vote that helped propel President Obama to the White House in 2008 won't be there for the Democrat to bank on this fall.

Young voters have historically preferred Democrats, but Obama's share of the youth vote in 2008 was historically large. The poll, conducted by the Public Religion Research Institute in conjunction with the Berkley Center at Georgetown University, finds that 48 percent of young voters prefer the President. In 2008, though, Obama won 66 percent of that youth vote - a massive drop in support for the President.

The youth...