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CBS Evening News for Saturday, May 19, 2012
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(Studio: Maurice DuBois) Findings of a "USA Today"/Gallup poll on the public's view of the economy outlined on screen.

(Washington: Terrell Brown) The job market for college graduates and their vote in the 2012 election examined; statistics on the "millennial voters" cited; details given of the appeals of President Obama and Mitt Romney to young voters. [St. Anselm College graduate Kevin WARD - comments on the uncertainty and politics.] [New Hampshire Inst. of Politics Neil LEVESQUE††- assesses Obama's appeal to the youth vote.] [Young voter Justin CULLELL‡- explains the appeal of Romney.]

DuBois, Maurice;
Brown, Terrell

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