Two evaluations conducted by CIRCLE experts shed light on the potential of various media to inform and engage people in productive discussion and action about political issues.
By: Kate Hagner (SCA), Amy K. Syvertsen, Ph.D. (Search Institute), Theresa K. Sullivan, Ed.D. (Search Institute)
Our exclusive survey of young people after the 2016 presidential election reveals stark divides and opportunities for youth civic engagement.
The issue priorities of voters of different ages drove their vote choice in these important Democratic primaries.
Age, as well as race/ethnicity, influenced vote choice in the 2016 South Carolina democratic primary.
Our analysis highlights the issues and candidate qualities that mattered most to Republican youth in the state.
By: Jill Bass & Meghan Goldenstein, Mikva Challenge
Data suggests that there is untapped potential for the Republican Party to resonate and engage with youth.
Our analysis of young people's views goes beyond liberal/conservative to explore their core values and their belief (or lack thereof) in civic engagement.
Young people and people of color remain the biggest supporters of the President.