Rewiring Millennials' Minds to Vote

The Agenda with Steve Paikin

If the youth vote is critical to the outcome of this provincial election, then what's on the minds of younger voters? Are traditional avenues of political engagement even getting their attention? For insight on the millennial vote, The Agenda welcomes Laura Stephenson, chair of the Undergraduate program in Political Science at Western University and Saeed Selvam, manager of public policy at the Laidlaw Foundation.
Episode:
Mining Voter Emotion; The Psychology of Voting
Aired:
May 29, 2018
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