Across the country, Millennials flocked to the polls to cast their ballots on Election Day, proving some pundits wrong and showing that young voters’ political power is continuing to grow. READ MORE
80% of our generation agrees that government investments in education are necessary to ensure America’s long term growth. These young people are voting for it.
Find out more about Millennial voters in the new report from Campus Progress, Millennial Voters Refuse To Be Left Out Of This Election.
2.5 million young Americans have gained health insurance under the Affordable Care Act. These young people are voting because of it.
For more facts about Millennial voters, check out the new Campus Progress report: Millennial Voters Refuse To Be Left Out Of This Election.
Young people are energized because they’re living it,” she said. “They’re living with some of the struggles… We’re living the lack of jobs, the debt when we come out of college, the inability to find a job even being a barista. The truth is, there is an enormous amount of energy in this generation and we have more tools than we’ve ever had to communicate directly with each other.