The Chronicle of Higher Education
By Cailin Crowe and Audrey Williams June
November 7, 2018
In the wake of midterm elections on Tuesday that generated record levels of early-voter turnout, exit polls and other data have made clear the role that young people, college students, and college-educated adults played in who was elected — and who wasn’t.
Democrats found broad support among younger voters, who favored Democratic House candidates over Republican ones, according to a CNN exit poll. In fact, two out of three voters age 18 to 29 cast ballots for Democrats.
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