As it becomes increasingly likely that voters next November will be deciding between Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton, two historically unpopular candidates, the question for both sides has now become: will their voters show up?
That question is especially pressing for Republicans, since many conservatives disapprove of the presumptive GOP nominee. Since older voters have the highest voter turnout of any age group, we went to Atria Senior Living center in Orange County, California, to talk to older conservatives about whether they plan to support Trump or Clinton.
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