Our exclusive analysis finds that 19% of youth voted in the New Hampshire Democratic primary and that their choices shaped the results.
Nearly 1 in 4 Iowa caucusgoers was under age 30, and their strong preference for Senator Sanders propelled him toward a top finish.
We're paying close attention to the accuracy of different data sources on youth participation in elections.
Less than 2% of young Bostonians voted in the 2015 mayoral election.
Our analysis, highlighted in the New York Times, shows that members of both generations voted at similar rates in their first two elections.
Changes to civic education, youth engagement, and electoral outreach will be essential to reversing this trend in 2016 and beyond.
Young people's turnout was comparable to rates of youth participation in recent years
We estimate that turnout was even higher in battleground states, and that young people's support for the President was key to his reelection.
In two new fact sheets we provide in-depth analysis of differences between younger and older voters, and between young voters of different identities.
Pushback actions against voter ID laws and other legislation may have helped counteract their potentially suppressing effect on the youth vote.