New: Civic Engagement and Political Leadership among Women
2013 marks the 50th anniversary of the publication of Betty Friedan’s Feminine Mystique, and CIRCLE has been taking stock of women in public life. That women are missing from political leadership is obvious, but why? After all, women lead men in most indicators of civic engagement, including volunteering and voting. We examined interest, socialization, and opportunity for girls and young women, and concluded: there’s more work (and research) to be done.
CIRCLE Youth Turnout Differs Greatly by Gender, Race & Ethnicity and State
With the release of the Census Current Population Survey (CPS) 2012 November Supplement data, CIRCLE took another look at youth turnout in the last election. We had to revise our turnout estimate down, but we also found relatively high turnout among women and African Americans and lots of other details. The results can be found in these products:
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