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More Than Half of Millennials Will Definitely or Probably Vote, Survey Finds

Even among likely millennial voters, two-thirds said Congress doesn't do a good job of representing people like them

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    More Than Half of Millennials Will Definitely or Probably Vote, Survey Finds
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    A voter holds her election material in Irvine, California, on Tuesday, Oct. 30, 2018.

    More than half of millennials say they will definitely or probably vote in next week's elections, according to a new NBC News/GenForward Survey.

    Thirty-one percent said they will definitely vote while another 26 percent of respondents said they probably will, according to the survey. About 20 percent said they would probably or definitely not vote.

    Young voters don't feel represented by Congress, the survey found. Even among likely millennial voters, two-thirds said it doesn't do a good job of representing people like them.

    Among all millennials, the quality in a candidate that mattered most to the group was whether they could bring needed change, followed by whether they shared the respondent's values.

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