The one that said millenials were more likely to turn out and vote Republican? Here’s what Kos has to say:
Here’s the actual study:
While more 18- to 29- year-olds (50 percent-43 percent) surveyed in the IOP’s fall 2014 poll would prefer that Congress be controlled by Democrats instead of Republicans, the numbers improve dramatically for the GOP when only young people who say they will “definitely vote” are studied.
Got that? Millennials are still Democratic, but white millennials will “definitely vote,” whereas brown ones are less likely to say they will. That matters because among likely voters, young African Americans prefer Democratic control 68-23, and Latinos 59-34. Among whites it’s 53-40 Republican. To further hammer the point:
By a significant 12-point margin, 42 percent to 30 percent, a greater proportion of young Republicans say they are definitely going to vote in November than young Democrats.
So news flash, white Republicans are more likely to turn out, even among youngsters. We kinda knew that. That’s the whole point of Democratic GOTV. To fix that problem. This says nothing about long-term trends, and it sure doesn’t support the idiotic media headlines this survey generated from reporters who still don’t know how to read a poll.