Harvard poll: Young people think Obama will win re-election, but the president less popular than first year in office

A new survey of young people in the United States shows that while President Barack Obama isn't nearly as popular with the demographic as he was his first year in office, a plurality of those polled said they expect him to beat former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney in November. The wide-ranging survey of 3,096 18-29 year-olds conducted by Harvard University's Institute of Politics shows 43 percent said they plan to vote for Obama in November, while just 26 percent plan...Full Story
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