(Daily Caller) -- There’s no question the GOP has a youth problem.
Since President Obama’s re-election last November, Republicans have been scratching their heads, wondering why, despite double-digit youth unemployment, historically high student loan debt and an abysmal job market, young people still came out in droves for Obama.
But the GOP’s youth problem predates Barack Obama. In 2004, President Bush lost the youth vote to the less-than-exciting John Kerry, 54-45 percent.
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