The 14th Biannual Youth Survey on Politics and Public Service by Harvard University’s Institute of Politics.
The Institute of Politics' 2008 Top Line Data is the raw data from its survey of American college students.
Hamilton College's 2003 Patriotism Poll gauges the attitudes of high school seniors toward patriotism, military service, and the war in Iraq.
The Gay Issues Poll explores the opinions of high school seniors on issues concerning homosexuality and gay rights.
This fact sheet chronicles the increase in the youth vote during the 2008 primaries and caucuses, along with an analysis of the division of votes amongst the candidates.
National youth demographics from 2006 can be found in this fact sheet from CIRCLE.
This fact sheet describes the characteristics of voters ages 18 to 29, including their partisan affiliations and voter turnout rates. The report also predicts youth participation in the 2006 midterm elections based on the youth voter turnout in the 2002 and 1994 midterm elections.
This in depth survey from 2007 of young people examines youth today and their opinions on a wide and comprehensive selection of issues, from voting to tattoos to quality of life.
This Pew Research Center article analyzes youth political involvement in 2004 and finds Americans 18 to 29 are more engaged in politics and demonstrate more volatility in their candidate preference than other age groups do. Pew also concludes that candidate debates and the Internet affect youth voters more so than older voters.