Understanding the identities, views, and civic access of young conservatives and Republicans is key to ensuring all youth have paths to participation in civic life.
Our post-election poll finds that young have varying views on the health of the American system of government.
Our fact sheets explore how young Asians, Latinos, and African Americans participate in elections.
Our exclusive survey of young people after the 2016 presidential election reveals stark divides and opportunities for youth civic engagement.
Our full analysis of Donald Trump's performance with young voters in the primaries shows that youth generally preferred him less than other candidates.
During the 2016 primaries, Clinton won young voters in just two of the 27 states for which we have data.
Data suggests that there is untapped potential for the Republican Party to resonate and engage with youth.
Explore our comprehensive report of youth turnout, vote choice, and the composition of the youth electorate
Our analysis of young people's views goes beyond liberal/conservative to explore their core values and their belief (or lack thereof) in civic engagement.
Gender played a significant role in the presidential race and it affects how young people are perceiving politics and civic life after the election.