What’s at stake in U.S. election: the youth speak

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For more: https://www.cgtn.com/video Young voters are poised to be a decisive force in the 2020 U.S. election with data suggesting record turnout from the age group. The #pandemic, racism and TikTok – young voters speak out on what’s pushing them to the polls. How does the younger generation see the election? What about the young people here in China? What do they think? Earlier, Tian Wei spoke to four youth who have been studying or living in the U.S. #Trump #Biden

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