In two new fact sheets we provide in-depth analysis of differences between younger and older voters, and between young voters of different identities.
Data from our exclusive pre-election poll highlights young people's attitudes toward the candidates and the election.
We estimate that half of young people voted in the election, and exit polls show they strongly preferred Hillary Clinton
A new CIRCLE analysis explores the gender gaps in civic engagement, challenges to improving participation among young women, and implications for future work.
Based on new Census data we provide updated, comprehensive analysis of youth voting in 2012, including the role of young women.
Highlights from our comprehensive analysis of youth participation in the 2014 midterm election,
A new CIRCLE paper—with a bit of pop culture flair—explores how young people use their time outside of school, and what it means for their academic and civic development.
The issue priorities of voters of different ages drove their vote choice in these important Democratic primaries.
Various demographic factors influenced who young Republicans voted for across the party's Super Tuesday primaries and caucuses.
A new report from the National Education Association and co-authored by CIRCLE researchers shares findings and recommendations related to enhancing girls' leadership.