Our exclusive analysis finds that Bernie Sanders and Elizabeth Warren performed best in Iowa counties with a high concentration of youth.
Our analysis, highlighted in the New York Times, shows that members of both generations voted at similar rates in their first two elections.
Underage youth may not be able to vote in the general election, but their voices and and actions can be a vital part of the political process
A major new study provides in-depth insights on the civic engagement of a diverse generation.
A new CIRCLE analysis explores young people's views on immigration reform and how immigrant youth participated in the election
Multiple stakeholders have a role to play in creating the conditions for increased and more equitable youth voting.
We estimate that only 23% of eligible voters under age 20 cast ballots in the 2018 midterm elections.
Young people in Takoma Park, Maryland, took advantage of the city recently lowering the voting age to 16.
In the Democratic primary race for the Massachusetts 7th District, Pressley drew support from precincts with more youth and people of color.
The youngest eligible voters (ages 18-19) tend to lag behind their older peers, highlighting the need for efforts to engage them in democracy.