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National Survey on Consumer Sentiment toward the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB)
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Millennials are an essential ingredient in any Democratic Party victory coalition. Barack Obama won this group with 66% and 61% in 2008 and 2012 respectively. A new poll by Zogby Analytics of 448 likely Democratic primary and caucus voters between the ages of 18 and 34. conducted August 25, shows former Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton leading her main challenger, Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders by only 11 points among this group - 38% to 27% -- with Vice President Joe Biden in third place at 12%, former Maryland Governor Martin O'Malley with 8%, and former Virginia Senator Jim Webb at 2%. One in eight of these young voters (12%) either supports another candidate or is not sure.
The Republican Party better settle on a candidate, a message, and resolution of its internal differences very soon or it faces a blowout in 2016. A new Zogby Analytics Poll of 850 adults 18-34 years old conducted on August 25 reveals that if Millennials turnout to vote, the GOP faces nothing short of a catastrophic election. The Zogby Poll was conducted online among that age cohort who are smart phone users - at least 86% of the total.
In his weekly presidential report card, pollster John Zogby finds that President Obama succeeded in avoiding the typical presidential "August blues" even as stocks detoured and his bid to win support for the Iran nuclear deal labored on.