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Can Mitt Romney Win Millenials in 2012?

r111f Wrote: Jul 28, 2012 8:55 AM
What do you propose that those changes are......become more like the Liberal Socialist D-Rat Party????????.........the Repubs have been going that way and that is part of the problem in this country.......both of the parties have become one....and part of the problem not the solution.......a big segment of this country needs to WAKE UP TO THE REALITY that we are headed in the same direction Greece and much of Europe.........we already have 50% of this nation that is on the GUBBERMENT TAKE ROLES......who do not contribute anything on the other side of the equasion......

The answer, of course, is probably not. After all, as MSNBC’s Melissa Dahl reported in 2008, “[y]oung voters preferred Obama over John McCain by 68 percent to 30 percent -- the highest share of the youth vote obtained by any candidate since exit polls began reporting results by age in 1976.”

It was, indeed, a truly historic election. And Mitt Romney’s chance of recapturing this core constituency is -- shall we say -- highly unlikely.

But since that time, public support for the president has fallen precipitously. For example, two recent polls show not only that Republicans are...