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A traditionally neglected cohort of voters may have tipped the scales in favour of the Liberals in last year's federal election, according to a new poll. If so, what does that mean for the political future of Canada's youth?
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A new survey conducted by Abacus Data in partnership with the Canadian Alliance of Student Associations found that the Liberals won the support of the youngest voters by a significant margin — enough to have potentially been decisive in the Liberals' majority victory.
But if the Liberals have the youth vote today, what will it take for the governing party to keep that vote into the future?
Joining host Éric Grenier to discuss the politics and priorities of Canada's youth is David Coletto, CEO of Abacus Data.
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