The millennial vote, 1972-2008

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  • A look at how 18-29 year olds have voted from 1972-2008 @AEI:

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  • How will millennial voters influence #election2012? Here’s a look at how 18-29 year olds voted from 1972-2008:

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In 2008, Barack Obama won millennial voters —18 to 29 year olds —by 34 points. The voters also turned out in high numbers, comprising about 18 percent of the electorate. Here's a look at how 18-29 year olds have voted in presidential elections from 1972-2008:

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