Young people in one of the key battlegrounds of the US election are posing a threat to Barack Obama's chances of victory—by not voting at all.
The president has been campaigning hard for the youth vote in Ohio, which is widely seen as a must-win state for both candidates.
But some students at Bowling Green State University (BGSU) told Sky News Mr Obama had failed to recreate the rock star appeal of his historic 2008 campaign, when hyped-up voters aged under 30 formed a vital part of his achievement.
The president still attracts a larger share of young voters than Mitt Romney, polls suggest, but he is now only polling with a slight overall lead over his rival in Ohio. That means he needs every vote he can get and with each one he loses, he is more exposed to Mr Romney's gains in other areas.