Just two days before the next presidential debate, Page Gardner, President and Founder of the Women’s Voices Women Vote Action Fund, announced the release of a new poll of likely millennial voters in 11 crucial battleground states.
The online poll was conducted by Stan Greenberg of Democracy Corps in the presidential battleground states of AZ, CO, FL, IA, NV, NH, NC, OH, PA, VA, and WI. Millennials were defined as being born in 1980 or later.
Key findings from the Women’s Voices Women Vote Action Fund poll include:
Page Gardner said the new WVWVAF poll demonstrates the strength of millennials and other members of the Rising American Electorate (millennials, people of color and unmarried women) to shape elections: “Unmarried women favor Clinton over Trump, creating a massive ‘marriage gap’ between single and married women. For white unmarried women, the gap has become a potentially insurmountable divide for Trump, and our new poll shows that millennials also are uniting around Clinton,” Gardner said. “The electoral power of the Rising American Electorate has never been more evident. They clearly are in a position to determine election outcomes up and down the ballot.”