Harvard Youth Poll

Founded in 2000, the Public Opinion Project is one of America's longest and most robust studies of the attitudes of young Americans toward politics and public service. A collaboration between undergraduates and IOP Polling Director John Della Volpe, each semester the group develops, conducts and briefs stakeholders on the latest views of this most important voting bloc. Explore past results and key findings.

Harvard IOP Fall 2015 Poll

Key Findings and Insights from our Survey

Spring 2014 Survey

Methodology

Demographic and Political Profile

Political Views Related to the Midterms and 2016

Political Issue: Marijuana

Fall 2013 Survey

Appendix

-Fall Survey 2013

Spring 2013 Survey

Institute of Politics Spring 2013 Poll

Fall 2012 Survey

Spring 2012 Survey

Fall 2011 Survey

Spring 2011 Survey

Fall 2010 Survey

Spring 2010 Survey

Fall 2009 Youth Poll

Fall 2008 Survey

IOP Youth Polling Update

Spring 2008 Survey

Fall 2007 Survey

Spring 2007 Survey

Fall 2006 Youth Survey

Spring 2006 Survey

Spring 2006 Youth Survey

Fall 2005 Youth Survey

Spring 2005 Youth Survey

Fall 2004 Youth Survey

Spring 2004 Youth Survey

Fall 2003 Youth Survey

Spring 2003 Youth Survey

Fall 2002 Youth Survey

Fall 2001 Youth Survey

Spring 2000 Youth Survey

IOP Fall 2012 Poll

Spring 2006 Survey - Executive Summary

Spring 2000 Youth Survey - Summary of Results

Fall 2002 Youth Survey - Executive Summary

Spring 2003 Youth Survey - Executive Summary

Fall 2003 Youth Survey - Executive Summary

Spring 2004 Youth Survey - Executive Summary

Fall 2004 Executive Summary

Spring 2005 Youth Survey - Executive Summary

Fall 2005 Youth Survey - Executive Summary

Fall 2006 - Executive Summary

Spring 2008 Survey - Executive Summary

IOP Youth Polling Update Findings