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Della Volpe Unveils Insights on “Morning Joe”—“Most Millennials Fearful of Future”

Thursday, December 07, 2017

 

John Della Volpe appearing on MSNBC's Morning Joe on Wednesday unveiled new polling on the views of millennials. Della Volpe is head of polling for Harvard Insitute of Politics and polling partner for GoLocal.

He found that 67 percent of millennials are fearful of the future. He also unveiled the political split of millennials. Watch his appearance below.

 

 

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