Young Americans vote when they believe their efforts have tangible results
The IOP has been conducting regular polling of America’s young adults 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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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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