Young Asian Americans have historically voted at lower rates, but our polling reveals signs of increasing civic participation
A CIRCLE survey of young people shows that youth engagement is higher than in 2016 and 2018, but access to information about registration and voting in an election during the pandemic may be an issue.
Our exclusive poll also finds that campaign outreach in the state has gone mostly to those who have voted in primaries before, with even less outreach to Latinos than to White Texans
Young people care more about candidates' issues than their personal qualities, and prize candidates who have a vision for bringing change.
A new CIRCLE analysis explores young people's views on immigration reform and how immigrant youth participated in the election
Two evaluations conducted by CIRCLE experts shed light on the potential of various media to inform and engage people in productive discussion and action about political issues.
By: Kate Hagner (SCA), Amy K. Syvertsen, Ph.D. (Search Institute), Theresa K. Sullivan, Ed.D. (Search Institute)
Our exclusive survey of young people after the 2016 presidential election reveals stark divides and opportunities for youth civic engagement.
The issue priorities of voters of different ages drove their vote choice in these important Democratic primaries.
Age, as well as race/ethnicity, influenced vote choice in the 2016 South Carolina democratic primary.