Dominic Perrottet is tall, has lots of kids and he's the NSW premier.
But Chris Minns is ... who?
ACM reporters took the streets across regional NSW and asked young people to name three things they knew about the state's Labor and Coalition leaders ahead of the March 25 election.
Their answers, given as part of the Young and Regional: My Vote Matters series, could pose problems for both major parties at the ballot box.
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Most knew Mr Perrottet as the premier and some were aware he admitted wearing a Nazi uniform at his 21st birthday party.
Jordan, 20, from Dubbo in the central west admitted she didn't know much about Mr Perrottet and suspected she wasn't alone in her age group.
"I don't know anything about Dominic, I don't know anything about politics, and I don't think the youth know anything about politics," she said.
Abbey, from Dungog in the Hunter region, said she wasn't even aware an election was looming.
"I don't know who these people are if I'm completely honest," the 21-year-old said.
But young people knew even less about Mr Minns.
"He must be in politics," Ellie, 24, said after a long pause.
Despite a lack of knowledge about political leaders, all the young people ACM approached cared deeply about issues affecting their generation and future.
Cost of living, health, mental health, gambling reform and housing were common themes.
"The cost of living in Australia is going up," Tim, 26, said. "I would like that to change if that's possible."
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