Nov 11, 2022 | Politics

College ‘Get Out the Vote’ Effort Lays Plan for Left to Use Youth Vote

College 'Get Out the Vote' Effort Lays Plan for Left to Use Youth Vote

Exit polling data from the 2022 midterm elections found that Generation Z and Millenials, those ages 18 to 29, voted for the Democrats by an overwhelming margin — showing get out the vote efforts on college campuses to be increasingly consequential. 

A full 63 percent of the age demographic went for the Democrats while only 35 percent went with the Republicans. Though they only accounted for 12 percent of the electorate – the smallest age demographic – there was not one single age group that was more loyal to either party.

Exit polling data from NBC News and CNN found that those between the ages of 18 and 29 accounted for 13 and 12 percent of the electorate, respectively.

Those 65 and older, who are the oldest age demographic recorded in the data, were the most likely to support the Republicans, with 55 percent of their votes going to the GOP. 

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