Bunch used a Pew Research survey of September 2014, which highlighted the challenges for the Republican Party.
My quote in the article referenced that an interesting and accomplished personality could attract the Millennial voter:
While young people tend not to vote, they turned out strong for both Obama elections. But there isn't that kind of candidate in this election, said Denver pollster Floyd Ciruli. Even Democratic front-runner Hillary Rodham Clinton is old-school party establishment, he said.
With disappointment in Obama's economy, Republicans have an inroad, but they need to prove they can get something done, Ciruli said.
"My sense is that if Republicans can find a candidate with the right personality who speaks directly to (millennials) and seems like they can actually get something done with the other party, younger people would vote for that candidate," he said.As the data shows, a third of the generation is conservative. But Millennials attending major universities are among the most liberal of the entire generation. Expect some noise at the CU debate on October 28.