#HarvardYouthPoll: Analyzing Harvard’s Spring 2015 Poll of Young Americans

Introduction

Every fall and spring, the Harvard Public Opinion Project (HPOP) releases America's largest poll of young people. The poll usually gets a great deal of national coverage. Unfortunately, much of this coverage only goes skin deep, highlighting the supposed apathy of young people in America and our cynicism about the future of politics. This project, a partnership between HPOP and the HPR, aims to provide some additional context and analysis. Indeed, on everything from ISIS to their stance toward climate change, millennials do not seem to fit any convenient political mold. They are deep-thinking, conflicted, and crucial to America's future. Read our analysis of the most recent HPOP poll to find out more. Image source: Wikimedia Commons/Pete Souza


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