And for the first time in a midterm election, more than half of Gen Xers reported they had voted, Pew reported.
You pay more for healthcare and you get worse coverage.”Health care costs added to student debt costs are subtracted from salaries that can’t cover everything.
For college graduates at the time, especially those carrying student debt, jobs were hard to come by.
(@alechiawrites) June 15, 2020Young white malesOne voting bloc that takes a different path are young, white, male voters, statistics show.
And in some key swing states — Iowa, Ohio and New Hampshire — young white men make up a larger share of the population compared to national averages.