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The Rise of Conservative Millennials

By S.E. Cupp   |   Monday, 29 Jul 2013 10:06 AM

It’s doubtful right now that there’s a Democratic strategist, politician, or candidate anywhere in America who’s asking: “How do we get more young voters?”

That’s because youth fealty to the Democratic Party is so rote these days that liberals seem to delight in rubbing it in.
 
Progressive prognosticator Ana Marie Cox, for one, decreed in The Guardian recently that “no amount of ‘rebranding’ will win back young voters to the Republican Party.” Amanda Marcotte of Slate implied just this week that the rise of progressive millennials — voters ages 18 to 30 — has brought about “the end of the conservative death grip on religion in America,” since “it’s an open secret that the youngest generation finds the reactionary politics and hostility toward science that marks religious conservatism to be repulsive.”
 
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