80% of Gen Z college students say they’re voting in 2020 — and they’ve singled out student debt as their biggest concern
|08/19/2019||Posted by BusinessMediaguide.Com under General World News||
- College students could be more politically active than in previous elections.
- A new survey by learning-services company Chegg found that 80% of students registered to vote expect to cast a ballot in 2020. This is in contrast with a college-student voter turnout of just 48.3% in 2016.
- The report also suggests that students are becoming dissatisfied with the two-party political system, with 1 in 3 students not identifying with either major party.
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