Monday, November 01, 2004

Younger Voters Will Decide This Race

I'll just re-post AMERICABlog's entire post on this subject:

As you saw in my previous post, AP said:

Voter turnout is likely to be higher than in recent presidential elections - especially among young voters - in a very close race, weekend polls suggest.
Couple that with what Zogby said this morning:

The real news here is that 18-29 year olds favor Kerry 64% to 35%, with 1% for Nader -- and 0% undecided. When I see a low undecided number it means that group is going to vote. I am factoring this group to be 12% of the total vote -- but it could be higher. Each point it goes higher translates into two-thirds of a percent for Kerry -- if these numbers hold up.
The higher the voter turnout among young voters, then the more likely it will be for Kerry to win.
VOTE! There has never been a more important time for you to vote - no matter your age. But you first time and younger voters have the power to change our country for the better.


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