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Bustle and Mic partnered with the Voto Latino Foundation to survey 2,000 registered voters aged 18-34 via Pollfish just before the Nov. 3 election about COVID-19, their voting plans, political opinions, and the biggest challenges facing the U.S.
56% of participants said economic decline is one of the biggest impacts of COVID-19, while 54% cited the 210K+ lives lost. Despite economic fears, 45% said it’s too soon to re-open. 53% said the government should send another stimulus check.
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78% of 18-24 year olds were absolutely sure they were registered to vote when they were surveyed in October, compared to 89% of 25-34 year olds. Only 64% of 18-24 year olds had a voting plan, compared to 72% of 25-34 year olds.
Whatever your feelings about politics, here's to exercising your civil rights on Nov. 3 or before — and having your opinion heard, loud and clear.
Are you ready for Election Day? Start by registering to vote and making a plan for Nov. 3.