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No edge for Rand Paul among young Americans, poll finds
No edge for Rand Paul among young Americans, poll finds

Despite a presidential campaign pitched, in part, on a presumed appeal to younger voters, Sen. Rand Paul (R-Ky.) fares no better than other Republicans among those age 18 to 29, according to a new survey from Harvard’s Institute of Politics. The survey, the latest in a twice-a-year project to gauge the views of the millennial generation, found no front-runner among the Republicans hoping to become the party’s nominee for president. Paul received the support of 8% of those who said they were potential Republican primary voters. No candidate had more than 10% support. A much larger group, 36%, said they did not know whom they would back. Paul has frequently suggested...

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