An exclusive CIRCLE survey of young Texans conducted in January also found high support for Bernie Sanders, followed by Joe Biden and Elizabeth Warren
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.
Youth who live in places where they perceive few opportunities for civic engagement see fewer political ads, which is connected to lower voter turnout.
Our comprehensive survey of young people includes analysis of youth intention to vote, electoral outreach, and breakdowns by race/ethnicity and education.
The simple act of asking young people to vote is one of the most effective ways to engage them in elections.
We explore just what it may mean if youth are excited about an election, and its implications for their voter participation and vote choice.
Data from our exclusive pre-election poll highlights young people's attitudes toward the candidates and the election.
There is historically less outreach and engagement in midterm cycles than in presidential election years, which may lead to lower youth participation.
Highlights from our comprehensive analysis of youth participation in the 2014 midterm election,
The youngest eligible voters (ages 18-19) tend to lag behind their older peers, highlighting the need for efforts to engage them in democracy.