- “Youth Voter Turnout Increases in 2006“shows that the voter turnout rate among 18-to-29-year-olds increased three percentage points between 2002 and 2006 from 22 percent to 25 percent, breaking a trend in declining electoral participation in midterm elections among young people since 1982. The fact sheet is based on data from the 1978-2006 Census Current Population Survey (CPS), November (Voting) Supplement.
- “Young Voters in the 2006 Elections” includes information about young voters’ political preferences and the issues that concerned them in the 2006 election. This fact sheet is based on data from the 2006 National Election Pool’s National Exit Poll.
- Quick Facts About Young Voters by State: The Midterm Election Year 2006, ” Using data from the 2006 Census CPS, November Supplement, these facts sheets examine voter turnout rates from 1978-2006, turnout rates by subgroup, and partisanship (where available from theNational Election Pool, Exit Poll surveys) for all 50 states and the District of Columbia.
- “Quick Facts About Young Voters by Metropolitan Area: The Midterm Election Year 2006,” these fact sheets analyze voter turnout rates by metropolitan area.
- “Young Urban Voters in the Midterm Election Year 2006” presents youth voter turnout data for the 2006 midterm elections by urban, suburban, and rural areas as well as information for select metropolitan areas.