Good news for RFK Jr.: Younger voters are open to third party

Nearly half of likely voters 40 years old and younger are open to voting for a third-party candidate, giving a big boost to independent Robert F. Kennedy Jr.’s campaign.

In the latest Rasmussen Reports survey shared with Secrets, 47% of the middle-age to younger voters said that “they’re at least somewhat likely to vote third-party in this year’s presidential election.”

Overall, Rasmussen found a remarkable 28% of all likely voters open to a third party, a sign of dissatisfaction with the two leading candidates, Democratic President Joe Biden and likely GOP nominee former President Donald Trump.

“More Democrats (29%) than Republicans (21%) say it’s at least somewhat likely they’ll vote for a third-party candidate in this year’s presidential election,” Rasmussen said. “Thirty-four percent (34%) of unaffiliated voters are at least somewhat likely to vote for third-party.”

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