November 13, 2012
Leading up to the U.S. election on November 6, many commentators predicted that young people wouldn’t turn out to vote like they did in 2008. As it turned out, those between 18 and 29 actually turned out in greater numbers than they did four years ago. One of the most revealing statistics from the exit polls this year has to be the impact that the young people had on the election.
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