Negativity is discouraging these young adults but they're still planning to cast a vote
University of Lethbridge political science professor Lars Hallstrom said the divisiveness between parties often leaves young voters without a sense of what the true issues are.
"This is their first run in and they start to see basically a bunch of name-calling," said Hallstrom. "It can be … less than what it should be or what it was imagined to be."
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