Our post-election poll finds that young have varying views on the health of the American system of government.
Our research finds that, while youth in civic deserts have less digital access, it can be a valuable tool in spurring their political engagement.
Data from our exclusive pre-election poll highlights young people's attitudes toward the candidates and the election.
Our exclusive survey of young people after the 2016 presidential election reveals stark divides and opportunities for youth civic engagement.
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.