The new CIRCLE fact sheet “Voter Registration Among Young People in 2008” presents detailed information on registration rates among young people, broken down by racial and ethnic groups, differences in educational background, married and unmarried individuals, urbanicity, and state-by-state information.
The January edition (v7. i1) of CIRCLE’s quarterly newsletter, Around the CIRCLE, can be downloaded from here. The newsletter includes a variety of articles including: Volunteering Eases Return to Civilian Life for Young Veterans Volunteering Among Non-College Youth and Youth of Immigrant Origin Youth Turnout Down in New Jersey, About the Same in Virginia, Compared Read More >
As explained in this press release, CIRCLE expects to have estimates of the 2008 youth voter turnout available early on Nov. 5. Meanwhile, with the election two weeks away, CIRCLE releases data and analysis on youth voting: Our interactive map presents basic data on all 50 states. Our Quick Facts Sheet provides basic information on Read More >
by Raymond E. Wolfinger, Benjamin Highton, and Megan Mullin June 2004 “Some American states try to make it easy for their registered citizens to go to the polls on Election Day. They mail a sample ballot to each registrant as well, perhaps, as information about the location of his or her polling place. Polls may Read More >