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VIDEO: College students weigh in on enthusiasm for Obama

With recent polls showing low levels of excitement among college students for President Obama's re-election, NBC talked to attendees at all three of his college town rallies to see just how enthusiastic they were about voting in November.

By NBC's Ali Weinberg
President Obama won 66 percent of the college-age vote in 2008, but young voters seem to be losing enthusiasm for his presidency, which could mean lower turnout on election day. At each stop on the president’s three-college-town swing Tuesday and Wednesday, NBC caught up with students to talk about just how excited (or not) they were to vote this November.