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.
During the 2016 primaries, Clinton won young voters in just two of the 27 states for which we have data.
Explore our comprehensive report of youth turnout, vote choice, and the composition of the youth electorate
Youth support for Democrats has grown in recent years, but there are significant differences by race/ethnicity and gender.
Gender played a significant role in the presidential race and it affects how young people are perceiving politics and civic life after the election.
Young people increasingly believe that they have the ability to work together to effect social and political change.
While contact from campaigns surged, too many young people remained left out, undermobilized, and underrepresented in the electorate.