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Millennial Values & Voter Engagement Survey Presentation

  1. 1. DIVERSE, DISILLUSIONED,AND DIVIDEDMillennial Values and Voter Engagementin the 2012 Election Public Religion Analysis by Research Dr. Robert P. Jones, CEO Institute Daniel Cox, Director of Research Juhem Navarro-Rivera
  2. 2. Methodology - The Millennial Values & Voter Engagement Survey is a joint project of Public Religion Research Institute and Georgetown University’s Berkley Center for Religion, Peace & World Affairs. - Survey of 1,214 young Millennials (age 18 to 25), was conducted August 28 to September 10, 2012 and is the second wave of a two wave panel study. - Both surveys were conducted online utilizing Knowledge Network’s KnowledgePanel, built from a nationally representative probability sample of the U.S. adult population. - The margin of error is +/- 4.3 percentage points - Funded by a generous grant from the Ford Foundation
  3. 3. VOTER ENGAGEMENTFindings from the 2012 Millennial Values and Voter Engagement Survey 3
  4. 4. Voter Engagement by RaceFindings from the 2012 Millennial Values and Voter Engagement Survey 4
  5. 5. Parental Example by Race Younger Millennials who accompanied their parents to the voting booth as childrenFindings from the 2012 Millennial Values and Voter Engagement Survey 5
  6. 6. Voter Engagement by Parental Example All Younger Millennials Younger Millennials whoaccompanied their parents to the voting boothYounger Millennials whodid not accompany their parents to the voting boothFindings from the 2012 Millennial Values and Voter Engagement Survey 6
  7. 7. Why Younger Millennials Say They Do Not VoteFindings from the 2012 Millennial Values and Voter Engagement Survey 7
  8. 8. VOTE PREFERENCE AND POLITICAL OUTLOOKFindings from the 2012 Millennial Values and Voter Engagement Survey 8
  9. 9. 2012 Presidential Vote by RaceFindings from the 2012 Millennial Values and Voter Engagement Survey 9
  10. 10. 2012 Presidential Vote by ReligionFindings from the 2012 Millennial Values and Voter Engagement Survey 10
  11. 11. Millennial Vote by Parent VoteFindings from the 2012 Millennial Values and Voter Engagement Survey 11
  12. 12. Reasons for Voting for Obama/Romney Obama RomneyFindings from the 2012 Millennial Values and Voter Engagement Survey 12
  13. 13. Candidate Characteristics: Obama vs. RomneyFindings from the 2012 Millennial Values and Voter Engagement Survey 13
  14. 14. Importance of Presidential CandidatesHaving Strong Religious BeliefsFindings from the 2012 Millennial Values and Voter Engagement Survey 14
  15. 15. Comfort With President’s Religious AffiliationFindings from the 2012 Millennial Values and Voter Engagement Survey 15
  16. 16. EFFICACY OF DEMOCRATIC PARTICIPATIONFindings from the 2012 Millennial Values and Voter Engagement Survey 16
  17. 17. Disillusionment with Political Process * * Note: There is no general population benchmark available for this questionFindings from the 2012 Millennial Values and Voter Engagement Survey 17
  18. 18. Importance of Voting by Race “Voting gives people like me some say about how the government runs things”Findings from the 2012 Millennial Values and Voter Engagement Survey 18
  19. 19. AFFIRMATIVE ACTIONFindings from the 2012 Millennial Values and Voter Engagement Survey 19
  20. 20. Support for Affirmative Action by Race In order to make up for past discrimination, do you favor or oppose programs which make special efforts to help blacks and other minorities get ahead?Findings from the 2012 Millennial Values and Voter Engagement Survey 20
  21. 21. Support for Affirmative Action in CollegeAdmissions by Party Do you think blacks and other minorities should receive preference in college admissions?Findings from the 2012 Millennial Values and Voter Engagement Survey 21
  22. 22. Reasons or Supporting Affirmative Action Do you think preferences in college admissions and hiring should be made primarily to make up for past discrimination, primarily to increase diversity regardless of past discrimination, or do you think this should not be done at all?Findings from the 2012 Millennial Values and Voter Engagement Survey 22
  23. 23. Effect of Race/Gender on CollegeAdmissions and Future Career College: Do you think you were Career: Do you think you will be helped or hurt in the college helped or hurt in your career admissions process because of because of your race or gender? your race or gender?Findings from the 2012 Millennial Values and Voter Engagement Survey 23
  24. 24. Effect of Race/Gender on Future CareerProspects by RaceFindings from the 2012 Millennial Values and Voter Engagement Survey 24
  25. 25. DIVERSE, DISILLUSIONED,AND DIVIDEDMillennial Values and Voter Engagementin the 2012 Election Public Religion Analysis by Research Dr. Robert P. Jones, CEO Institute Daniel Cox, Director of Research Juhem Navarro-Rivera

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