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  • Gen Y streamers don't see televised political campaigns
  • Gen Y streamers don't see televised political campaigns
    Annie Bolin (2018) ©
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Gen Y streamers don't see televised political campaigns

A survey by Adobe has found that American Gen Yers are not watching as many political campaigns compared to older generations. With many political campaigns being aired on television, it's likely that Yers are missing these ads as they are watching less TV than before.

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