Rob Griffin

Public Religion Research Institute

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Associate director of research at Public Religion Research Institute.

Rob Griffin on KCRW

Democrats are banking on millennials and Generation Z to turn out in big numbers to help them take back the House or Senate.

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Democrats are banking on millennials and Generation Z to turn out in big numbers to help them take back the House or Senate.

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