Young voters could set new records for youth turnout this November, says a poll by Harvard's Institute of Politics. Thirty-two percent of young people surveyed told pollsters they would "definitely be voting." The record for voter turnout for that age group is the 26 percent mark set in 1982. The young voters also seem to be speaking in one voice: They don't like George W. Bush, and they especially don't like his handling of the war in Iraq. That, says the Crimson, could mean they tilt the elections next week.