Biden Gets Terrible News About Key Voting Bloc

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The majority of youthful voters have no intention of participating in the 2024 presidential election, according to a new poll released Tuesday by the Institute of Politics at Harvard Kennedy School.

From 2020 to 2021, the percentage of Americans under 30 who “certainly” intended to vote decreased from 57% to 49%.

Young voters are most loyal to the Democratic Party, which experienced the least decline from 68% to 66%.

In contrast, young Republicans fell by ten percentage points, from 66% to 56%, and independents followed suit, falling from 41% to 31%.

The poll indicates that by a margin of 11 points, voters under the age of 30 prefer President Joe Biden to former President Donald Trump, who is leading the race for the Republican nomination.

According to the poll, nearly 70% of youth Trump voters stated that they are loyal to the former president, while 35% stated that they intended to vote for Trump to remove Biden from office.

The introduction of prospective independent candidates Joe Manchin, Biden, and Robert F. Kennedy Jr. reduces his lead to a mere four percentage points.

The poll reveals that young black Americans experienced one of the most substantial declines, falling from 50% in 2019 to 38% as of this fall.

Young white voters decreased by a mere five percent, from 62% to 57%, whereas Hispanic Americans saw a substantial decline from 56% to 40%.

Between October 23 and November 6, a sample of 1,098 individuals aged 18 to 29 participated in the survey, which had a margin of error of 2.86 percent for the entire sample.

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