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Email not displaying correctly? View it in your browser. Infographics: How to Engage Youth in Elections and Beyond How do we increase and make more equitable youth civic engagement? Our research underscores that elections must be, not the beginning or the end, but one step in a lifelong process of youth engagement that includes and often Read More >
Email not displaying correctly? View it in your browser. CIRCLE and The Monkey Cage Share Research on Youth Engagement Throughout the fall, CIRCLE collaborated with Monkey Cage, The Washington Post’s political science blog, on a series of posts focused on the civic and political engagement of young people. Featuring work by top scholars on topics Read More >
Email not displaying correctly? View it in your browser. Full Analysis: The Youth Vote in 2016 CIRCLE’s in-depth look young voters in 2016 offers a breakdown of young people’s support for each major candidate and for the political parties they represent. We also consider the long-term implications, for both Democrats and Republicans, of a youth electorate Read More >
Email not displaying correctly? View it in your browser. Special Edition: 2016 Presidential Election An Estimated 24 Million Young People Vote, Favor Clinton over Trump by 55% to 37% Republican nominee Donald Trump won a surprising electoral college victory last night, and he did so despite a youth electorate that strongly supported his Democratic opponent, Hillary Clinton. Read More >
Email not displaying correctly? View it in your browser. Millennials: Diverse, Divided, but Hopeful Politics can Bring Change CIRCLE’s newest release, based on our poll of Millennials and the 2016 election, takes a deep look at this most diverse generation in American history and explores how they’re reacting to and engaging with this year’s historic presidential election Read More >