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Millennials hold the power to decide who will win the upcoming election—but they feel powerless when it comes to making a difference.

Nov 03 2016

Millennials hold the power to decide who will win the upcoming election—but they feel powerless when it comes to making a difference. According to author David Cahn, “the story of this election will be the story of voter turnout among Millennials,” explaining that if they vote, Hillary Clinton will be the next president. Although our research has found that 68% of 18-34-year-olds say they will “definitely” be voting on election day, the 2016 Millennial Impact Report reports that 30% of 18-36-year-olds feel they have no impact or just a small impact in making the U.S. a better place to live. (Fast Company