Just wait until they have to move out of home, get a damn job and have to start paying off the debt that kev has gotten us into, then let's see if facebook and twitter boy is still popular.News.com.au - KEVIN Rudd may be losing support among adults but there's one group who still like him - teenagers. Unfortunately for the prime minister most of these Australians can't vote yet. Among this group, 28 per cent of them wanted Mr Rudd to keep his job after the election, a poll by youth website Habbo Hotel has found.
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rudd has the youth vote
By MathewK on Tuesday, June 22, 2010
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You may recall a push for voting age to be lowered to 16, and for enrollment grace periods to be extended once an election is called. There is no doubt where that push is coming from.ReplyDelete