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Nancy Pelosi has her hands back on the gavel of power, but college liberals just showed that she isn’t connecting well with the younger generation.
Last week, of course, the California Democrat was selected again as speaker of the House after liberals re-took that chamber. The 78-year-old has experience in that role, but her advancing age is doing her no favors with a major voting bloc in her party.
Pelosi - Speaker - Campus - Reform - Reporter
Not long after Pelosi was named speaker, Campus Reform reporter Cabot Phillips took to the streets of George Washington University in our nation’s capital to find out what students thought of the politician. They didn’t exactly have glowing reviews.
“While nearly every student claimed to support the Democrat party, the number who actually supported Pelosi’s election to speaker was far fewer,” reported Campus Reform. “When asked what they thought of Rep. Pelosi, students responded with a litany of concerns.”
Barack - Obama - College - Students - Decade
Barack Obama did well with college students a decade ago because of his youth and charisma. Pelosi? Not so much.
“(W)hen you look around at Democrat leadership, they’re old … I think there’s not one of them under the age of 70,” pointed out one of the students interviewed by Phillips.
Sentiment - People - Campus - Liberals
That sentiment was echoed by many young people on campus, even those who identified as liberals.
“I’m not a big fan of her in general … I would like to see someone else,” said one.
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