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43 Percent of Millennials Have a Favorable View of Democratic Party: Poll

But even fewer millennials had a favorable view of the Republican party

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    While a majority of millennials disapprove of President Donald Trump's job, only 43 percent have a favorable view of the Democratic party, according to the first NBC News/GenForward Survey poll.

    Furthermore, only a slight majority, 53 percent, said the Democratic party cares about people like them. 

    As for the party across the aisle, just 26 percent of millennials had a favorable view of the GOP. And only 30 percent said it cares about people like them.

    The NBC News/GenForward at the University of Chicago Survey was conducted Aug. 31-Sept. 16, 2017, among a nationally representative sample of 1,816 adults ages 18-34, recruited and administered by NORC at the University of Chicago. The overall margin of sampling error is +/- 3.8 percentage points.

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