Fusion Poll: Young black voters nearly twice as likely to back Democrats in midterms

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Fusion's poll of likely millennial voters showed varying degrees of enthusiasm among those who profess their intention to cast a ballot. Some 65 percent of intentional voters say they're "very likely" to honor universal suffrage, while 35 percent may wait to see what's on TV before heading to the polls.

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Millennials who intend to vote also tend to lean Democratic, the poll found.

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As usual, when asked what the most important issue is facing the country, a plurality of voters cited the economy.

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Older millennials tend to fret more about the economy than the younger half of their cohort, which worries more about education.

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Here's how those numbers look broken down by political party:

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African-American and Hispanic voters claim to lean heavily toward the Democratic Party, while white voters tend to be slightly more Republican, the Fusion poll found.

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Women, too, tend to be more Democratic than men, the poll suggests.

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