Voters: What Matters to Americans this Election

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The generational divide in America could be the make or break factor in November's presidential election.

Millennials, or those ages 18-29, showed strong support for candidate Barack Obama in 2008.

Yet, there are still a lot of undecided young voters this time around.

The religious freedom debate surrounding mandates in President Obama's health care law and conflicting views on whether the economy is on the uptick or heading back into recession are also key factors.

CBN News Senior Editor John Waage gave analysis of the dynamics of this presidential election and how voters may respond at the polls.

Check play for his comments, on CBN Newswatch, Aug. 3.

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