Yes, of course they will.
Probably because some of them will be doing very well thank you very much.
The big question is when will the under 25's realise that Jeremy Corbyn is not what they think he is.
I'm considerably under 55 and absolutely will.
They delivered a brexit deal and wish to uphold the peoples will, as shown in vote, to leave the European Union.
Unlike less democratically minded parties...
2017 was an especially polarised election and corbyn is already seeing low personal approval ratings. The Tories may not win the young but there’s no reason they won’t close the gap.
Voting Conservative vs Labour does not have anything to do with age?
I just turned 18 a couple of months ago so if an election is called, it will be my first time voting in the polls. As a Remainer I'll probably be voting tactically if a General Election is called which means voting for my current MP who voted to Remain in the referendum and backs a People's Vote. Had I lived in a different consistency things would be tricky concerning who I'd vote far. In terms of the London Mayoral Elections in 2020, I not too sure who I'll be backing but maybe Sadiq Khan who's done a okay-ish job so far.
More younger people voting for labour etc does not mean that they all will
Yes. I've even been thinking about joining the party