These University Students Don’t Like EITHER Major Party Candidate

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Students at the University of Pittsburgh say they feel “disenfranchised” by the choice between Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton, and want to know more about their third-party challengers.
While most students aren’t necessarily planning to vote for Gary Johnson or Jill Stein, they do want them included in the debates and given more media coverage so that voters can learn more about them.

Millennial voters have made no secret of their distaste for both major-party presidential candidates, and many want to see third-party options on the debate stage.

In September, only 32 percent of many Millennial voters, compared with 59 percent of voters over the age of 65, said they were “definitely planning” on watching the first presidential debate, showing Millennial distaste for Trump and Hillary.

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Campus Reform went to the University of Pittsburgh to ask students if they would be willing to support a third-party candidate, and while most were hesitant to “throw away” their vote, they unequivocally opined that third-party candidates like Gary Johnson and Jill Stein should be debating and receiving more media coverage…

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