The Global Search for Education: What Matters to Youth in the 2020 US Election?


David Wine - CM Rubin

Release Date

Thursday, October 8, 2020


Millennials and Generation Z will make up 37% of the 2020 electorate and subsequently have the opportunity to exercise their political muscle in November. According to published research younger generations are more racially and ethnically diverse. Generation Z will make up more than 10% of the 2020 electorate. This generation has continued and deepened many of the political trends preferred by Millennials. Almost half of them are non white. We asked Youth from Generation Z – what matters to you in this election? These are some of their stories.

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