Did Monday's debate help millennial voter apathy?

Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump square off in debate #1 on September 26
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A new poll released today by Rasmussen Reports shows the Presidential race is still neck-and-neck.

Following Monday night's debate, Rasmussen interviewed 1,500 likely voters.  
 
Hillary Clinton got 42 percent support to Donald Trump's 41 percent.  Libertarian candidate Gary Johnson earns 7 percent.  And Green Party nominee, Jill Stein, is at 2 percent in the poll.
 
 
And here's an important number five percent of those polled are still undecided.
 
Will the undecided vote?
 
Or will they stay at home on election day?  Voter apathy was one of the topics of discussion at today's weekly Campaign 2016-U class held at American University.
 
 
Just how fluid is this presidential race. in the  Rasmussen poll 34 percent of Clinton's voters say they could change their mind.
 
Trump's support seems just as fragil with 33 percent saying they could switch. Johnson is shakey with 25-percent of his supporters and Stein has 8-percent support that could change its mind. 
 
 
 

 

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