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Virginia exits point to lower youth turnout

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One of the key questions going into today's presidential election was whether young voters would turn out for President Obama in as large numbers as they did in 2008. If the Virginia exit polls are any indication, the answer is no. This year, voters aged 18 to 29 represented 16 percent of the Virginia electorate, according to the exit polls published by CNN. That's noticeably down from 22...

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