According to an article entitled “the youngest American voters don’t like the choices ahead” on the website of the financial times on August 18, the youngest American voters, generation Z (broadly defined as those born between 1995 and 2010), may hold the key to the US election, but they are far less excited about the choices ahead of them. The survey shows that this group has low support for both trump and Biden. The article is compiled as follows: < / P > < p > the youngest American voters may hold the key to whether the United States will elect the oldest president in history in November. However, when people hold an epidemic plagued conference online this week, they have to face the fact that some of generation Z (broadly defined as people born between 1995 and 2010) will vote for the first time in the presidential election, but they are far less excited about the choice before them. That may make fewer of the youngest Americans willing to bother to vote. According to a recent Pew Research Center survey, there is little difference between the strong support of Republican president trump and his opponent Biden between the ages of 18 and 29. Both figures are very low, with 10% for trump and 11% for Biden. According to a recent article by William Frey, a demographer at the Brookings Institution, more than half of the population in the United States now belongs to “generation Z” or “millennials”, and they are more ethnically diverse than previous generations. That means they are more likely to vote for people. According to the Pew Research Center, 67% of the 18-to-29-year-old population do belong to Biden or “Biden inclined” camps. But as many as 30% said they would or might vote for trump, contrary to the traditional view that most trump supporters are older. For the worse news: a poll found that 59% of people aged 18 to 39 said they would rather live in a socialist country than a capitalist country, up nine percentage points from last year. Biden, a centrist, won only tepid support in the primary. Biden eliminated Bernie Sanders, a candidate favored by young socialists. Olivia Litzenberg, a 23-year-old American Democratic Socialist from Milwaukee, Wisconsin, said Biden’s nomination “will definitely dampen the enthusiasm of young voters We are not going to canvass for Biden. Pamela Westfall, 21, said Sanders’s failure to become a candidate alerted many young people that they felt “the system is failing us.”. She thinks the turnout will be curbed. “I haven’t seen too many young people who are enthusiastic about Biden,” she said. I’ve met young people who are passionate about trump. I have to say that if trump wins again, I won’t be shocked. ” < / P > < p > generation Z may account for only about 10% of eligible voters, but if the election is more evenly matched than the current poll shows, that 10% may be crucial. America’s youngest voters can master the balance of power in this election, but if they choose not to use it, it will not matter.