Poll shows youth favor Obama, older favor Romney
In a new USA Today/Gallup poll, It looks like there's a generation gap between voters.
President Barack Obama and his likely challenger in November, Mitt Romney, appeal to different age groups.
The poll shows most seniors 65 and older support Mitt Romney and young adults under 30 favor President Obama.
USA Today said younger voters who turned out for Obama in 2008 appear less engaged this year and seniors, who were less engaged four years ago, seem more inspired by Romney.