www.usmessageboard.com/forums/forumdisplay.php?f=19 I've been reading a lot of articles about how teenagers choose Bush. Well, here are the young people of voting age, and they have spoken.... ATLANTA, Georgia (CNN) -- College students say they are much more interested in politics this year, more likely to identify with a party and more likely to vote, a new Harvard University study shows. The 10-point lead that Kerry held over President Bush in a March survey has grown to 13 percent. While Bush's support among students has remained consistent, many undecided voters have moved into the Kerry camp. In swing states, Kerry's lead is even higher, about 16 percent. Swing-state students also are saying they are more likely to vote than students in non-swing states. The National Center for Education Statistics estimates there are more than 10.2 million students enrolled at four-year schools this year. King predicts more than half of them will vote in the presidential election, a significant increase from a turnout of about 42 percent in 2000. Curtis Gans also expects a big jump in student voting. Attaway kids!! Lets rock this vote!