The question, of course, is purely hypothetical. While state and local officials can be recalled -- the most recent major example being Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker (R), who overcame a recall -- a president cannot.
While the sample group in the poll says it backed Obama by 22 points in 2012, it now says it would vote for him by only an 11-point margin in a rematch with Mitt Romney.
But Obama is hardly the only politician young people would recall. Forty-five percent of 18-to-29-year olds say they would recall their member of Congress if they could, while 52 percent say they would recall every member of Congress if they could.