Barack Obama lead over Mitt Romney among young voters is growing, but those voters do not feel enthusiastic about hitting the polls in November.
A survey from Harvard's Institute of Politics finds young people are less enthusastic about voting and disillusioned with the political system.
Head to head, Obama leads Romney 43 to 26% among young voters, which is up 6% from January.
What's truly interesting from the poll is a finding that 18-to-21 year old voters are showing a "slight increase in conservative principles."
Many young people are headed into this election feeling disillusioned with the current political system—and with both political parties. Only 49 percent of respondents said they’ll definitely be voting this fall, a decrease since December.
Less than half of millennials—43 percent—say that Obama will win re-election. In December 2011, 30 percent said he would win, and 36 percent said he would lose.