Voters appear ready to turn out in numbers to beat 2014

Voters appear ready to turn out in numbers to beat 2014

Voters appear ready to turn out in numbers to beat 2014 Scott Clement and Dan Balz, The Washington Post Published 9:04 pm PDT, Saturday, October 13, 2018

Voters appear ready to turn out in numbers to beat 2014

Among men and women ages 18 to 29, it has risen 17 points. Among nonwhite registered voters, 72 percent are now certain to vote, up from 48 percent in Post-ABC polling in October 2014.

Voters appear ready to turn out in numbers to beat 2014

Among men and women ages 18 to 29, it has risen 17 points. Among nonwhite registered voters, 72 percent are now certain to vote, up from 48 percent in Post-ABC polling in October 2014.

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Among men and women ages 18 to 29, it has risen 17 points. Among nonwhite registered voters, 72 percent are now certain to vote, up from 48 percent in Post-ABC polling in October 2014.

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Among nonwhite registered voters, 72 percent are now certain to vote, up from 48 percent in Post-ABC polling in October 2014. White men without college degrees represent the one heavily Republican group whose certainty to vote is lower than average and has increased less than other groups since 2014.

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