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Turnout among young voters key to Georgia Senate runoffs

ABC News
Kei Kawashima-Ginsberg, the director of CIRCLE at Tisch College of Civic Life at Tufts University, which studies youth voting trends, said youth voting turnout is being affected by both external investment and peer-to-peer political engagement among young people.

Is America a “gerontocracy?”

CIRCLE Deputy Director Abby Kiesa participated in a wide-ranging interview about the role of age in American politics and how to create systems that support a more diverse and representative democracy.

4 lessons from Gen Z organizers that we could all use before the next election

"CIRCLE also highlights how important adequate access to information is for processes like vote by mail that may have been new or unfamiliar to young voters, and the challenges that would pose for groups like youth of color, youth who do not have any college experience, and others that have been traditionally marginalized in civic life."

Political Rancor Feels Old to America's Youth

Voice of America
In June, the Center for Information and Research on Civic Learning and Engagement (CIRCLE) found in their research that the environment, racism and affordable health care were the top three issues driving youth in the 2020 elections.

Young Voters Propelled Biden To The Presidency

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Between 52% and 55% of eligible people under the age of 30 voted this year, based on estimates by the Center for Information and Research on Civic Learning and Engagement, or CIRCLE, at Tufts University.