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BUSH
Continued from Page 1A
"The Republican Party has done nothing
specifically to appeal to the youth," said Betsy
Sykes, vice president of the IOP's student
advisory board. "The Republicans are worse
than the Democrats at reaching out to the
youth."
But students are not issue-based voters,
Chavez explained. The survey reports that
respondents value the leadership qualities of a
president more than they value a president's
stance on the issues.
"Democrats are taking the wrong angle.
They need to focus on leadership qualities in
trying to capture the youth vote," Sykes said.
"We're more isolated from the issues that
others evaluate the president on," she added.

"The younger generation has felt the effects of
September 11 more strongly. The youth is still
rallying around the flag."
The percentage of students who support
Bush has not changed since the IOP's spring
survey, but students have moved from inde-
cision to disapproval of Bush. This suggests
campuses have become more polarized
since April.
Among college students, Bush beats non-
specific Democratic and independent can-
didates, according to the survey. But a
higher percentage of students - 18 percent
- is undecided compared with the general
public.
"Neither political party has college students
in the bag," Chavez said. "They are a swing
bloc, and both parties would be remiss if they
ignored them."

The survey disputed the belief that col-
lege students are not politically active. More
than half - 56 percent - of respondents
said they would definitely vote in 2004, and
another 26 percent said they would probably
vote. Equal percentages, 87 percent, of col-
lege Democrats and Republicans are expect-
ed to vote, suggesting that one cannot infer
voting patterns from rates of political par-
ticipation.
But the logistics of voting are a problem. A
majority, 79 percent, of respondents was
unsure about how or where to vote.
The poll also reported that a majority of stu-
dents would volunteer in political campaigns if
asked to do so by the candidates.
"(Sept. 11) has spawned a new generation of
politically-active students who advocate
stronger foreign policy," Macguidwin said.

At the same time, attitudinal barriers to
political entry have been eliminated, Chavez
said. The percentage of students who say they
believe elected officials are motivated by self-
interest has gone down 10 percentage points,
from 74 to 64 percent. The number of students
who say they believe political involvement sel-
dom produces tangible results has declined
from 51 to 34 percent.
This means the candidates need to start
selling themselves to college students,
Chavez said.
"The Democrats trump the Republicans on
many issues that are salient to young voters,"
Sykes said. "(They) need to make a connection
between the warrior they support and the war
they oppose," she added. "Democrats can't win
on the terrorism issue, they need to focus on
other issues."

The survey reveals a majority of respon-
dents volunteer for community service. "There
is a very high correlation between community
service and political participation," Chavez
said.
Presidential candidates Joe Lieberman
and Howard Dean were the frontrunners
among college Democrats polled. Dean sup-
porters are much more likely than Lieber-
man supporters to volunteer in political
campaigns. A plurality of Democrats was
undecided.
Sykes said young people are concerned
about the same issues that the general public
is, but that candidates need to frame the issues
in terms the youth will understand.
"The political establishment needs to start
talking to the youth," Sykes said. "If they do,
we're going to vote."

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