The Republican Party’s most recent choice for president lost voters under 35 by about 22 percent. The candidate before the buttoned-down Mitt Romney, Sen. John McCain, fared even worse. How did this happen? The last two decades of presidential politics have created a generational black hole for Republicans. Competitive Edge offers insight into what this black hole looks like and how Republicans can turn the situation around.
Download the infographic to learn:
- How voters under 35 perceive recent Republican and Democratic presidential candidates
- What type of candidate the Republican party needs for 2016
- How the GOP can provide contemporary reasons for young people to vote Republican