Whether we refer to them as Millenials, Generation Y, or perhaps most fitting, Generation 9/11, the 27 million Americans between the ages of 18 and 24 are poised to make their presence known in community and civic life. In our eleventh installment of the Harvard University Institute of Politics’ Survey on Politics and Public Service, we have widened the lens and are looking beyond the 13.3 million college students exploring the attitudes and opinions of all 18 to 24 year olds living in the United States.
Fall 2006 Survey - Top Line Data
Executive Summary describing findings from national poll of 18-24 year olds both written and graphically. More