This is part of our Youth Expertise Series, in which young people use their experiences to write about how we can improve youth civic engagement and civic life.
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In many states, the number of young people (ages 18-24) registered to vote is already higher than in November 2016, but among youth ages 18-19 more states are still far behind.
Our research is informing the digital giant's efforts to use its platform for youth voter education and registration.
The state is top-5 in our rankings of where young people can influence presidential and Senate election results in 2020.
Young Asian Americans have historically voted at lower rates, but our polling reveals signs of increasing civic participation
CIRCLE surveys show that there's a relationship between being encouraged to vote and taught how to do so by teachers and a host of indicators of civic engagement later in life.
Affected by COVID but Undermobilized in the Election: GOP Has Opportunity to Retain Conservative Youth
With past margins extremely close, a potentially influential percentage of previous Trump/GOP young voters have moved away from the President.
In 20 states across the country, more young people are registered to vote now, months before the 2020 election, than were registered in November 2016
CIRCLE's exclusive rankings of the states and districts where youth can decide elections this November illustrate the power of young voters.