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The Hill 10 Jun 2020

Can Biden appeal to young voters, protestors without alienating older ones?


On today's What America's Thinking, Hill-HarrisX data shows young voters are much more likely to identify as liberal but are also less likely to view Joe Biden that way. Research from Hit Strategies and the Alliance for Youth Action shows young voters vote for the issues they care about vs. a candidate they like when they also distrust the electoral system. Democratic pollster and Partner of Hit Strategies, Roshni Nedungadi, joins Hill TV to explain public opinion on the issue. Hill Reporter Julia Manchester discusses Joe Biden's new ad and the thin line he's walking to appeal to young voters and protestors while not alienating older voters.

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Political commentator Michael Knowles and Congressional candidate Madison Cawthorn join Newsmax TV's Sean Spicer and Lyndsay Keith to discuss the issues that young voters really care about, and which candidate could dominate the 'youth' vote in the 2020 Presidential Election.

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Sen. Bernie Sanders praised young voters for their turnout in the 2020 election and helping fuel an "apparent Biden victory."
In his first speech after securing the White House, President-elect Joe Biden is making an appeal to supporters of President Donald Trump. Biden pledged to be a president to represent even those who didn't support him. (Nov. 7)

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