Voters under 30 are less liberal than they were 5 years ago

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Recent polls show that younger voters, a demographic whose favor is chased by Democrat political candidates, have grown less liberal over the last five years.

Turning Point USA founder Charlie Kirk posted, “Younger voters are 13 points LESS liberal than they were just 5 years ago according to Morning Consult. There are massive cultural and institutional headwinds, but younger voters are trending right over a period of time, despite what the media tells you.”

“In 2008, voters under 30 voted for Obama by 34 points. In 2022, voters aged 30-44 — the same group of people — voted Democrat by just 4 points. Breaking the liberal stranglehold on young voters is difficult and takes time. But it is happening,” Kirk added.

The details gleaned by the 2022 exit polls posted by CNN offer details into the losses, as Kirk describes “According to CNN exit polls, today’s 18-29 year-olds broke for Democrats by 28 points two weeks ago. That’s a 6 percent improvement for Republicans since 2008.”

Voters under 30 went for Obama in 2008 by 34 points in comparison.

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