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CIRCLE Youth Voter Election 2008 Resources & Data

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 youth voting in the 2000 and 2004 general elections and the 2008 primaries and caucuses, along with demographic data on young citizens.

Our new fact sheet on State Voting Laws shows which provisions (such as early voting or same-day registration) are in effect in each state and which of these rules is most likely to raise youth turnout.

We also present detailed data on youth voting in the following selected states:

5 Responses to “CIRCLE Youth Voter Election 2008 Resources & Data”

  1. links for 2008-10-22 - Kevin Bondelli’s Youth Vote Blog Says:

    [...] CIRCLE – A nonpartisan research center studying youth civic engagement and civic education. » CIRCL… [...]

  2. One week left… « studentactivism.net Says:

    [...] a great trove of data on the youth vote past and present at the Center for Information and Research on Civic Learning and Engagement. [...]

  3. Michael Says:

    Young people might not think so but being young
    they have a lot to learn about WHO TO VOTE FOR
    and when Obama win things are going to happen
    which they WILL NOT LIKE. You mark my words!

  4. Alameda Ca Homes For Sale Says:

    the young adult now a day have a broad mind when it comes in selecting which leader they want to go with

  5. Digit Magzine Says:

    At last, I found the right place to read some quite interesting stuff, thanks for sharing.

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