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Gen Z's political power: new data gives insight into America's youngest voters

Generation Z, which turned out in large numbers along with millennials last election, is still new to politics. A report exclusively obtained by NPR adds more context to the youngest voting bloc.

FILE - Pervez Musharraf addresses the U.N. General Assembly on Nov. 10, 2001, at the United Nations headquarters in New York. An official said Sunday, Feb. 5, 2023, Gen. Pervez Musharraf, Pakistan military ruler who backed US war in Afghanistan after 9/11, has died. Beth Keiser/AP hide caption

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Ex-Pakistan leader Pervez Musharraf, who aided U.S. war in Afghanistan, has died

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Theater never recovered from COVID — and now change is no longer a choice

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Eye-popping egg prices have finally started to fall. Wholesale eggs in the Midwest market dropped by 58 cents to $3.29 a dozen at the end of January, according to USDA data. Justin Sullivan/Getty Images hide caption

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Eggs prices drop, but the threat from avian flu isn't over yet

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Gen Z's political power: new data gives insight into America's youngest voters

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