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Find all of our data andysis about youth voting in the 2016 presidential electionfrom the primaries all the way to November. We provide exclusive estimates of youth voter turnout and the most up-to-date numbers on youth share and youth vote choice. The Election Center also includes data maps, important media .CIRCLE 's research is often undertaken in partnership and informs our broader efforts in the field of youth civic en.ement. Our expert staff can help you or your organization by: Presenting at conferences, symposia, and other gatherings in order to share and discuss our research and current research trends; Helping .Building Impact - CIRCLE partnered with Building Impact on the Study "Work and Service: How Building Impact 's Model Fosters Civic En.ement in the Workplace," which stu.s the effects of providing individuals and companies with opportunities to donate and volunteer on sustainable parti.tion and connection to .Young people who are contacted by an organization or a campaign are more likely to vote. Additionally, those who discuss an election are more likely to vote in it. Young people who are registered to vote turn out in high numbers, very close to the rate of older voters. In the 2008 election, 84 of those youth 18-29 who were .

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