We're paying close attention to the accuracy of different data sources on youth participation in elections.
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Social and local media have played a key role, and there are challenges and great opportunities for media to connect diverse youth to information about engagement.
Our exclusive poll finds that many young people feel they're part of a movement, know other youth who are working on campaigns, and are otherwise engaged with the caucuses.
CIRCLE is working with partners to provide educators the resources and support they need to teach about elections and grow the next generation of voters.
Our exclusive poll of young Iowans suggest the potential for historic youth participation--and may spell trouble among young voters for national polling leader Joe Biden.
Underage youth may not be able to vote in the general election, but their voices and actions can be a vital part of the political process
Our Director Kei Kawashima-Ginsberg has been a key consultant on the popular educational animated show as it incorporated civic lessons and themes.
The upcoming presidential election is a valuable opportunity to teach young people how to understand, create, and engage with news and other media.
We estimate that only 23% of eligible voters under age 20 cast ballots in the 2018 midterm elections.