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America's younger generation is still a key voting block the President Obama back you know late 66%.
Of people eighteen to 29 voted for mr.
Fast but what do today.
A -- new poll 89% of those young go to say that the poor economy affects that daily life.
So is the question.
Will they still come out in support -- President Obama Paul Conway is the president velvet generation opportunity and he joins us from Charlotte.
That's the questions 66% of back youth vote hit -- the President Obama last time around what proportion goes -- today.
That it's the key question -- now where is turning in my eighteen to 29 year -- on -- -- polls Zogby in this Service Employees International Union all right now.
Have -- 49%.
Mitt Romney up 41% with 10% undecided.
That's seventeen point drop from 2008.
Is the largest in Gallup history for incumbent president with that age group.
That tells me.
That young folks are far more concerned about -- -- all the in the near future than they are about say gay marriage or free contraception tool women all the time.
I mean that's what it tells me how about you.
Well I think you know a lot of those issues that are used strategically to fire up the -- -- -- turn out certain segments of Europe.
Voter coalition but at that part of the matter here really.
Is the lack of full time meaningful jobs and -- career path the people's choice utilizing their skill and education.
And that doesn't matter if you Republican Democrat or independent or libertarian right now the number one issue and America is.
Whether or not you can get up in the morning -- a full time job if you're eighteen to 29 and apply your best ability for the country for the business in the nonprofit you choose to do an overwhelmingly right now.
That answer is no it's a mixed picture people are not happy -- at all.
OK -- you go to seventeen point drop in support from -- -- President Obama in the youth vote.
But you cannot tell me what the -- analysis of that youth vote is going to be.
Do you think it will be as strong as last time.
Yes actually we do and as a matter effect on our recent.
Poll that we released last week.
We actually have 76%.
Of eighteen to 29 year old clearly indicating that they will participate in the vote for president 76%.
We think that number will be just as aggressive as 2008 and can be driven not by personality.
The really by their frustration.
In the angst over not having full time work.
Fascinating poll really fasting we appreciate that information thanks so much indeed poll Conway -- you've got W bush.
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