New Millennium Young Voters Project
The New Millennium Young Voters Project sprang to life in 1998, when NASS members commissioned a major research study of plummeting voter registration and turnout levels among young voters. The results of the study, one of the largest ever conducted at the time, were released in a 1999 report entitled, "New Millennium Generation: A Survey of Youth Attitudes Nationwide." The report explored young voter participation issues, including youth attitudes towards politics and civic engagement.
Updated Research on State Programs and Laws Regarding Young Voters
- New Millennium Survey Update: 2007-2008 State Voter & Civics Outreach
- New Millennium Survey Update: 2005-2006 State Voter & Civics Outreach (140.28 KB)
- New Millennium Survey Update: 2003-2004 Secretary of State Best Practices (251.85 KB)