Americans aged 15 to 34 followed political news and were less skeptical about their ability to influence the government in the month before the election.
Americans aged 15 to 34 are wary of current leadership, excited about politicians who care about the issues that affect them, and want to make a difference with their votes.
As Young Americans’ Sense of Political Empowerment Skyrockets, They Give the Government a Failing Grade
The second wave of an ongoing tracker of youth political sentiments in the US reveals a rising belief that young people can influence the government.
America’s next generation of voters feels disenfranchised – and plans to vote in November.
The youngest generation of American voters is unhappy with the state of US politics – and poised to take action.
A new study found that while prejudice is commonplace in the US, young Americans are speaking out to confront it.