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Study: Under 30 Crowd Less Interested In Voting

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Young people's interest in the electoral process grew over the last decade, but recently it seems to have reached a plateau. A new study shows people under 30 are less interested in voting, and while the under 30 set still favors President Obama by a wide margin, those in the group who support former Gov. Mitt Romney say they're more likely go to polls.
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