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YouthVote’s June 2002 Survey of Young Americans (18-24)

May 29th, 2002
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YouthVote’s June 2002 Survey of Young Americans (18-24) With oversamples of African Americans and Latinos. There are questions on issue priorities, interest in politics, media use, and frequency of discussing politics. To read the full report click here.

For the raw data please email CIRCLE staff assistant Kathy O’Connor.

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2 Responses to “YouthVote’s June 2002 Survey of Young Americans (18-24)”

  1. Katie Howell Says:

    Hi Kathy,
    I am a graduate student at Arizona State University doing a research project on youth voting. Am I able to gain access to your data? It would be greatly beneficial and helpful to my project.
    Thank you,
    Katie

  2. Garrett Hawkins Says:

    Kathy,

    Could you please send me this data set. I am a graduate study at Arizona State University. I am study youth voting in a research class I am taking this semester.

    Best regards,

    Garrett Hawkins