CIRCLE's analysis of our 2022 youth survey data shines a light on some of the barriers that may prevent young Latinos from fully participating in elections.
White youth are not a monolithic group, and young white people without college experience may lack some information and support needed to vote.
Asian American youth are as likely to be interested and engaged in civic life as their peers, but they’re less likely to feel politically qualified.
Data from our post-election survey suggests that youth in states with facilitative electoral laws may have faced fewer barriers to vote.
Young people are concerned about a wide range of issues, but many aren’t hearing from campaigns, lack information, and face barriers to voting.
Young people of color are critical in this electoral battleground, but new voting laws pose challenges to equitable participation.
Young voters in Arizona can have a big impact in the 2022 midterms, but barriers to voting create challenges that campaigns and organizations must address.
Research suggests that policies like online, automatic, and pre-registration can increase youth voter participation, especially where there is effective and equitable implementation.
A close look at the reasons why some youth didn’t register, or registered but didn’t vote, suggests needed improvements in electoral administration and outreach.
Campaigns are leaving millions of votes on the table by not engaging young people, who often face challenges to electoral participation.