A new working paper highlights various disparities in the political and civic participation of youth.
In two new fact sheets we provide in-depth analysis of differences between younger and older voters, and between young voters of different identities.
We estimate that half of young people voted in the election, and exit polls show they strongly preferred Hillary Clinton
Highlights from our comprehensive analysis of youth participation in the 2014 midterm election,
Our fact sheets explore how young Asians, Latinos, and African Americans participate in elections.
In the Democratic primary race for the Massachusetts 7th District, Pressley drew support from precincts with more youth and people of color.
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.
Across several highly competitive statewide elections, Democratic candidates performed better in counties with a high proportion of young people—especially youth of color.
During the 2016 primaries, Clinton won young voters in just two of the 27 states for which we have data.