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1 Youth Civic Engagement William Galston Professor, School of Public Affairs, University of Maryland. Director, CIRCLE

2 Registration and Voting Source: The Civic and Political Health of the Nation, A Generational Portrait, 2002.

3 Follows Government and Public Affairs Source: The Civic and Political Health of the Nation, A Generational Portrait, 2002.

4 Community Problem Solving Source: The Civic and Political Health of the Nation, A Generational Portrait, 2002.

5 Regular Newspaper, TV News, and Radio News Exposure Source: The Civic and Political Health of the Nation, A Generational Portrait, 2002.

6 Tolerance/Appreciation of Diversity Source: The Civic and Political Health of the Nation, A Generational Portrait, 2002.

7 Distrust of People Source: The Civic and Political Health of the Nation, A Generational Portrait, 2002.

8 Pro-Government responses to questions Source: The Civic and Political Health of the Nation, A Generational Portrait, 2002.

9 Changing Priorities Among College Freshmen: Money Counts Source: HERI Freshman Survey, 1966 to 2000.

10 Interest in Public Affairs Among College Freshmen is Down Source: HERI Freshman Survey, 1966 to 2000.

11 Volunteering Among College Freshmen is Up Since 1989 Source: HERI Freshman Survey, 1966 to 2000.

12 Fewer Liberals, More Moderates Among College Freshmen Source: HERI Freshman Survey, 1966 to 2000.

13 A New Gender Gap Opens Up Among College Freshmen Incoming college freshmen who call themselves liberal or far left, minus those who call themselves conservative or far right. Source: HERI Freshman Survey, 1966 to 2000.

14 Youth Voter Turnout is Down Source: Current Population Survey (CPS), November Supplement, calculated using CIRCLE method.

15 Voter Turnout by Educational Attainment, year olds Source: Current Population Survey (CPS), November Supplement, calculated using CIRCLE method.

16 Youth Share of the Electorate has Fallen Source: Current Population Survey (CPS), November Supplement, calculated using CIRCLE method.

17 A Growing Gender Gap in Youth Voter Turnout Source: Current Population Survey (CPS), November Supplement, calculated using CIRCLE method.

18 Describing Voting, year olds Source: CIRCLE/Council for Excellence in Government Youth Survey, Jan 2002.

19 Importance of Voting among year olds, by Educational Attainment Source: CIRCLE/Council for Excellence in Government Youth Survey, Jan 2002.

20 Making a Difference, year olds Source: CIRCLE/Council for Excellence in Government Youth Survey, Jan 2002.

21 Making A Difference, year olds, by Educational Attainment Source: CIRCLE/Council for Excellence in Government Youth Survey, Jan 2002.

22 My Vote Counts, year olds Source: CIRCLE/Council for Excellence in Government Youth Survey, Jan 2002.

23 Trust in Government, year olds Source: CIRCLE/Council for Excellence in Government Youth Survey, Jan 2002.

24 Youth Attitudes Towards Civic Education & Community Service Requirements, year olds Source: CIRCLE/Council for Excellence in Government Youth Survey, Jan 2002.

25 Attitudes Towards Making Civics/Government Classes a Requirement for a HS Diploma, year olds Source: CIRCLE/Council for Excellence in Government Youth Survey, Jan 2002.

26 Center for Information & Research on Civic Learning & Engagement


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