The final edition of our “Youth Vote Vibe Check” offers one last look at the state of the race between Joe Biden and Donald Trump, with polling on Senate races and the Supreme Court confirmation process included.

The third of four monthly polls leading up to November 3, this September edition of the Youth Vote Vibe Check includes data on the access of young voters to printers, stamps, and other resources to vote by mail. It also features findings on the impact of Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s passing.

In August 2020, NextGen America’s “Youth Vote Vibe Check” expanded our research by polling young voters in our battleground states on issues like Kamala Harris’ vice presidential nomination, The U.S. Postal Service, and voting by mail.

In July 2020, NextGen America surveyed young voters in key battleground states as part of our first monthly “Youth Vote Vibe Check” poll.

NextGen America conducted a nationwide online survey of 3,000 18-34 year-olds from May 21 to June 3 testing persuasion and mobilization approaches for an audience that is largely still on the fence. Messages clearly contrasting Joe Biden’s policy positions with those of Donald Trump can move young people, including non-Democrats, to cast ballots for Biden.

NextGen America’s research project conducted in April 2020 explores the attitudes of young people in key battleground states who would be more motivated to vote if Bernie Sanders were the nominee than Joe Biden. The research detailed below explores those voters’ attitudes on Joe Biden, Donald Trump and their likelihood to vote in November.

In January 2020, NextGen America surveyed young low-propensity voters’ attitudes about the 2020 election. Here are the details and findings of that research project.

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