Sociologist: Under 10 Percent Of March For Our Lives Attendees Were KidsChris Menahan
Mar. 27, 2018
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Around 23 percent of Americans are under the age of 18, but less than 10 percent of the attendees at the March For Our Lives were the same according to a sociologist on MSNBC Monday.
From The Daily Caller:
University of Maryland sociologist Dana Fisher conducted a study of the demographics of Saturday’s march in Washington, D.C., and discovered that only less than 10 percent of those in the crowd were under the age of 18.
While Fisher tried to make it sound like these individuals were all potential voters, it is likely that many of those who showed up were simply run-of-the-mill liberal activists.This hilarious clip is a great example of the average protester who showed up:
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