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Meet the sporadic voters who could decide the 2024 election

Neither Joseph Mitchum nor Laura Brooks participated in the last presidential election four years ago.

But they and voters like them could very well decide the outcome of thisNovember’s race for the White House.

Mitchum, who hails from battleground Georgia, and Brooks, who lives in Michigan, both participated in NBC News surveys this year and told pollsters that they’d support former President Donald Trump over President Joe Biden — reflecting a broad trend across public polling showing Trump with a sizable advantage among those who didn’t vote in 2020.

Findings from NBC News’ last three national polls — all taken before last week's debate — show a whopping 25-point swing toward Trump among voters who didn’t participate in both 2020 and 2022, compared to voters who cast ballots in the last two national elections.

If those voters turn out this time, it could make the difference between winning and losing for Trump. And both Mitchum and Brooks underscore the big question of whether these non-2020 voters will actually show up in November.

Mitchum, 24, said he’s definitely voting in 2024 — after not being registered to vote in 2020. “Yes, I am going to vote,” he told NBC News in a follow-up interview.

“I really don’t like what’s going on with our border,” he added, explaining why he supports Trump. “Another is I am partial to my gun rights.”

But Brooks, 25, said in her follow-up interview that she’s probably not voting in November, though she said she’d support Trump in a poll. (Like Mitchum, Brooks wasn’t registered to vote in 2020.)

“Biden, he seems to be just a little senile now,” she told NBC News. “And with Trump, there’s all the legal stuff around him that’s happening.”

“I’ve never seen such a pony show,” Brooks added.

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