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Electoral Engagement Among Minority Youth

July 31st, 2005
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by Mark Hugo Lopez and Emily Kirby

July 2005

Based on 1972-2004 Current Population Survey data, 2004 NEP exit poll data, and the CEG/CIRCLE Youth Survey 2004. Presents data on the characteristics of the youth population and youth voting trends through 2004 by race and ethnicity.

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4 Responses to “Electoral Engagement Among Minority Youth”

  1. elottery Says:

    According to the survey our population increases and they needed more resources .

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    Youth care is much compulsory part for up coming the rolling situations.

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  4. HID Kit Says:

    Youth care is our first preference and we will do focus more on it.