- Exclusive Research: Top 50 House Races Where Young Voters Could Matter Most
- New Research Findings on the Political Education of Young People
- High Youth Turnout in West Virginia; More than 1/3 of Young Voters Do Not Back Trump; Strong Youth Support for Sanders Continues
- Role of Young Voters in Indiana: High Youth Turnout Compared to Other States in 2016; Young Voters Favor Trump, Sanders
- April 26 Primaries: Record Youth Participation Continues in 2016; Young People Favor the Party Frontrunners to a Lesser Degree than Older Voters
- Driven by Participation in Democratic Primary, Young People in New York Vote in Record Numbers; Youngest Voters Support Sanders
- Young People in Wisconsin Vote in Record Numbers, Posting Second-Highest State Turnout in 2016
- March 15 Primaries: Young Voters Break More Participation Records; Youth Support for Frontrunners Still Lagging
- Young People in Michigan and Mississippi Vote in Record Numbers; Tremendous Youth Support for Sanders Propels His Upset Win in Michigan
- Super Tuesday: Record-Setting Republican Youth Participation Continues; Youth Turnout Figures Rival or Exceed 2008
- Youth Turnout High in South Carolina; Young Voters Prefer Different Candidates than Older Voters
- Young Republicans Participating in Record Numbers in 2016, Youth Only Age Group Trump Does Not Win in Nevada
- South Carolina Marks 3rd Contest in a Row with Record-Setting Republican Youth Participation; Young South Carolinians Prefer Cruz to Trump
- Youth Vote in Nevada Could be Pivotal in Upcoming Elections
- Youth in New Hampshire Vote in Record Numbers; Tremendous Youth Support for Sanders Continues
- EXCLUSIVE RESEARCH – Index Ranks Potential Youth Impact in 2016 Presidential and Congressional Contests: Identifies states and districts where young voters have the highest potential influence in 2016
- Young Democrats Propel Sanders to Virtual Tie in Iowa; Record-breaking Participation Among Young Republicans, who Choose Cruz, Rubio Over Trump
- 23% of 8th-Graders “Proficient” in Civics According to Nation’s Report Card Released Today
- Tufts University’s Tisch College Names Dr. Kei Kawashima-Ginsberg as New Director of CIRCLE
- CIRCLE Strongly Endorses Giving 16, 17-Year-Old Citizens Right to Vote
- New Laws Requiring Students to Pass Citizenship Tests Could be Harmful to Young People’s Education
- Top 8 Takeaways about Young Voters and the 2014 Midterm Elections
- Youth Turnout in 2014 Preliminarily at 21.3%, Comparable to Recent Midterm Elections
- Youth Voters in Georgia Chose Nunn over Purdue by 18 Points, Strongest Age Group for Democrat
- Alaska Young Voters Back Republican Senate Candidate, One of the Few States in the Country
- Florida Youth Supported Crist over Scott, Helped Keep Gubernatorial Election Close
- 50% of Young LA Voters Supported Landrieu – Will They Turn Out in the Run-Off?
- Young Voters in North Carolina Supported Hagan 17 Points Less This Year than in 2008
- Senator Warner’s Support from Young Virginia Voters Drops 21 Points from 2008
- WI Governor Scott Walker Wins All Age Groups in the State, Except Youth Voters
- Alaska U.S. Senate Election: New Analysis Shows Youth Vote Could Play Key Role
- Colorado U.S. Senate Election: New Analysis Shows Youth Vote Could Play Key Role
- Louisiana U.S. Senate Election: New Analysis Shows Youth Vote Could Play Key Role
- North Carolina U.S. Senate Election: New Analysis Shows Youth Vote Could Play Key Role
- 2014-Midterm Elections: CIRCLE Releases Interactive, State-by-State Map about Young Voters
Arizona’s 1st & 9th Congressional Districts: Interactive Map Shows Youth Vote to Watch in Election
- Iowa’s 3rd Congressional District: Interactive Map Shows Youth Vote to Watch in Election
- New York’s 23rd Congressional District: Interactive Map Shows Youth Vote to Watch in Election
- Distinguished, Nonpartisan Commission Announced to Study and Inform Policies on Youth Voting
- 2012 Youth Voter Fact Sheet: Turnout was 66% for Youth who have any college experience, 35% for others
- 2012 Youth Voter Fact Sheet: Data Show Youth Voting Patterns Varied Widely by Race & Gender
- 2012 Post-Election, Youth Voter Fact Sheets to Shed Further Light on Key Voting Bloc
- [Audio] National Press Conference Call to Announce Exclusive Youth Turnout Data & Analysis of the Role Young Voters Played on Election Day (Joint call with Rock the Vote)
- Among Young People, Nearly 3⁄4 of Black Youth Intend to Vote; Over 2⁄3 of White Youth; and Over 1⁄2 of Latino Youth
- Recent Polling Shows an Improvement in Knowledge of State Voting Laws, but over 40% still “Not Sure” about Specific Laws
- YOUTH IN THE HORSERACE: 52% Obama v. 35% Romney; In Three Months, Intention to Vote Rises 9.9 points
- Louisiana Youth Turnout 2%
- Illinois Youth Turnout 4%
- Youth Turnout in Alabama 8%, Mississippi 5%; Santorum Wins Youth Vote in Both States
- Background: Data and Analysis on Youth Vote in Alabama and Mississippi Ahead of Today’s Primaries
- By Same Point in 2008, Obama’s # of Youth Votes More-than-Double 2012 Republican Candidates
- Youth Turnout on Super Tuesday 5%; Paul, Santorum and Romney Tied for Youth Support
- Romney Catches Paul in Youth Votes after MI & AZ Primaries
- Nevada Youth Turnout: One Percent; Just 2,600 Nevada Citizens Under Age 30 Participate in Caucus; Paul Wins Youth Vote with 41%
- Can Romney Draw Youth Support? Florida Youth Turnout 4%; Romney Wins Young Voters but Paul in Second without Campaigning
- Florida’s Young Republican Primary Voters Far More Diverse than Those in SC, More than 20% of Young Latino Voters in 2010 Republican
- South Carolina Youth Turnout 8%
- 100% Reporting: New Hampshire Youth Turnout 15%
- New Hampshire Youth Turnout 15%; 29,000 New Hampshire Citizens Under Age 30 Participated in Republican Primary; Strong Showing for Paul
- Young NH Voters Historically Engaged, With Higher Turnout than National Avg. in Every Election since ‘98
- Iowa Caucus Youth Turnout – 4%, Overwhelmingly Supported Paul, Provided Candidate 1/3 of Total Votes
- CIRCLE to Release Only Data on Youth Turnout in Iowa Caucuses on Wed, Jan. 4
- States Have the Power to Increase Youth Voter Participation
- Book Reveals Youth are Motivated & Interested in Civics, But Lack Options to Get Involved
- Read the Wisconsin press release (Feb. 20, 2008).
- Read the Maryland press release (Feb. 13, 2008).
- Read the Virginia press release (Feb. 13, 2008).
- Read the Louisiana press release (Feb. 10, 2008).
- Read the Super Tuesday press release (Feb. 6, 2008).
- Deep divide in the primary youth vote, 8 in 10 Young Voters went to College, Research Reveals Higher Income School Districts Offer More
- Opportunities to Learn about Politics and Citizenship
- Read the Florida press release (Jan. 30, 2008).
- Read the South Carolina press release (Jan. 27, 2008).
- Read the Nevada press release (Jan. 20, 2008).
- Read the Michigan press release here (Jan. 16, 2008).
- Read the New Hampshire press release here (Jan. 9, 2008).
- Read the Iowa press release here (Jan. 4, 2008).
- 2008 Election Media Resources Available:Experts, Talking Heads, Analysis on Youth Vote & Civic Engagement, Latest Research/Data to Include Estimates on Primary States Turnout, Historical Trends, Gender/ Ethnic Breakdowns on Youth Voters and More
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