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In Final Stretch, Millennials Hardly Impressed With US Presidential Candidates


As the U.S. general election heads into its final stretch, candidates worry that a growing sense of apathy among one of America’s most powerful voting blocs - millennials (generally people born between the early 1980s and early 2000s) - may result in a dismal showing at the polls. At Hofstra University, 11 km east of New York City and site of the first U.S. presidential debate, students explain their concerns to VOA's Ramon Taylor.

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