CIRCLE (The Center for Information and Research on Civic Learning and Engagement)
conducts research on the civic and political engagement of young Americans.
The Center for Information & Research on Civic Learning and Engagement

January 2009 (v6. i1) Edition of Around the CIRCLE

The January edition (v6. i1) of CIRCLE’s quarterly newsletter, Around the CIRCLE, can be downloaded from here. The newsletter includes a variety of articles including: Has “No Child Left Behind” Narrowed School Curricula? CIRCLE Designs and Analyzes the 2008 Civic Health Index A Closer Look at the 2008 Youth Vote Diversity and Equity in Civic Read More >

January 4th, 2009
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The New Face of America’s Social-Issue Voters

by Jared Sagoff January 2006 Based on the National Election Pool (NEP) national exit poll. Presents data on the role that “moral values” played in the 2004 youth vote. Download “The New Face of America’s Social-Issue Voters.”

January 31st, 2006
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Special Report: The 2004 Youth Vote

by CIRCLE Staff November 2005 CIRCLE releases a guide to the 2004 youth vote that pulls together recent and historical data to further document the surge in youth participation. The guide summarizes data about youth voting in the 2004 election based on gender, race, and educational background and provides information on youth support for candidates, Read More >

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November 16th, 2005
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The Youth Vote 2004

by Mark Hugo Lopez, Emily Kirby, and Jared Sagoff July 2005 Based on 1972-2004 Current Population Survey data. Compares voter turnout for 18-24 year olds and 18-29 year olds to that of older voters. Download “The Youth Vote 2004.”

July 31st, 2005
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Working Paper 13: Throwing a Better Party: Local Mobilizing Institutions and the Youth Vote

by Daniel M. Shea April 2004 “Political parties seem alive and well in the 21st century—at least at the state and national levels. But are they also vibrant at the local level? Perhaps more important, are local parties doing anything to connect with young voters—anything to bring them into the electoral process in meaningful ways? Read More >

April 3rd, 2004
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