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Research Article - Journal of Child and Adolescent Health (2021) Volume 5, Issue 3

POLITICAL PARTY PREFERENCE OF FRESHMEN UNIVERSITY STUDENTS AND ITS ASSOCIATION WITH STUDENT LIFESTYLE CHARACTERISTICS AND THE INFLUENCE OF 1 YEAR PUBLIC UNIVERSITY

Interest in political views across the United States and how they are influenced by one?s experiences and social background has been a long-investigated topic. The years surrounding the 2016 Presidential election have highlighted a political climate divided by diverging stances on a myriad of issues, ranging from taxes and college tuition to abortion and immigration policy. Speeches are divisive and often exhibit intolerance for ?the other side?. However, it is not clear whether the United States (U.S) is becoming more polarized or if the political stage is dominated by vocal individuals. As the demographics across the U.S. change, it is important to understand the political preferences of the youngest American voters, many of whom are university students. However, to understand campus political preferences, we should begin by looking at the demographics of the U.S. and the nation?s evolving political beliefs.

Author(s): Brooks Jackson

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