WHY DID SO MANY YOUNG PEOPLE VOTE

By | May 1, 2018

Why did so many young people vote? – CSMonitor.com

9 days ago · One surprise in the midterm elections was how many young Americans made it a hands-on exercise in civics. An estimated 31 percent of those age 18 to 29 cast ballots.
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Why did so many young people vote? – yahoo.com

9 days ago · One surprise in the midterm elections was how many young Americans made it a hands-on exercise in civics. An estimated 31 percent of those age 18 to 29 cast ballots.
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Why Don’t Young People Vote? | HuffPost

Nov 12, 2015 · Yes, voting is a right in our country, but it is also a great privilege that a lot of people have to fight — and even die — for.
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Why young people don’t vote – The Economist explains

In 2010 just 44% of people aged 18 to 24 voted in Britain’s general election, compared with 65% of people of all ages. In not a single European country do the young turn out more than older people.
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WHY DID SO MANY YOUNG PEOPLE VOTE | coquinette

10 days ago · Why So Many Young People Don’t Vote Bass Connections team studying causes and developing solutions Sunshine Hillygus leads a discussion on young people voting as part of the Bass Connections class.
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Why Did So Many Young People Vote? | Scribd

Nov 09, 2018 · Why Did So Many Young People Vote? – Read online. The unusually high turnout for a midterm election may be driven by better civic education, especially the hands-on kind that instills lifelong activism instead of cynicism and indifference.
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Young Voters in the 2008 Election | Pew Research Center

The McCain campaign reached considerably fewer young voters in those states — 30% in Pennsylvania and % in Nevada. Obama’s get-out-the-vote operation also reached three times as many young voters as McCain’s operation in Indiana (45% vs. 15%) and twice as many in Florida (32% vs. 16%).
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4 reasons why many people don’t vote | Science News for

In many other countries, such as the United Kingdom, people don’t vote for individuals. They vote for parties to sit in a Parliament. The party that dominates the Parliament gets to pick the Prime Minister.
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Apathy or antipathy? Why so few young people vote

Apathy or antipathy? Why so few young people vote is that it is no surprise that the current political system is unappealing to so many young people. Take immigration, a subject that obsesses
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Why don’t millennials vote? – The Washington Post

Youth participation may have been exceptionally high in the 1960s, as many young people were protesting against the Vietnam War or with the civil rights movement.
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