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 Young Americans vote when they believe their efforts have tangible results
The IOP has been conducting regular polling of America’s young adults http://iop.harvard.edu/youth-poll for eighteen years, examining their political views and highlighting key trends and issues.Read more »

More young Americans are saying they will vote in the upcoming midterm elections than in the last two midterms, according to a new national poll released Tuesday by the Harvard Kennedy School's Institute of Politics.

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Co-Sponsors: Shorenstein Center on Media, Politics and Public Policy, Center for Public LeadershipRead more »
For the first time, the Harvard Public Opinion Project asked a series of questions about how responsible 18- to 29-year-olds believed different groups were for the existing problems in American politics and society today. Politicians were viewed as very or...Read more »

Last week, Atul Gawande joined the JFK Jr. Forum for a conversation about The State of Public Health. 

 

Amelia exploring the Acropolis during a break
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