CIRCLE's early poll of youth (ages 18-34) ahead of the 2024 presidential election highlights major trends in young people's political views and participation.
Our analysis of which youth voted by mail in 2012 and 2016, how they did it, and why, can offer insights to those looking to expand the practice in light of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Lessons from our initiative helping young leaders connect with election administrators to broaden youth voting.
Our comprehensive survey of young people includes analysis of youth intention to vote, electoral outreach, and breakdowns by race/ethnicity and education.
Our research finds that this nonprofit which provides training and employment to young adults also teaches valuable civic skills.
A major new CIRCLE report explores what stands in the way of non-college youth engaging in communities and how we can support them.
Whether for lack of opportunities or because young people are not "joiners", few youth belong to formal groups or associations
We estimate that 66% of young people with at least some college experience voted in 2012, compared with 35% of those who have not attended college
We estimate that half of young people voted in the election, and exit polls show they strongly preferred Hillary Clinton
A major new study provides in-depth insights on the civic engagement of a diverse generation.