June 5, 2020
Data from the 2020 elections to help campuses get students to the polls in November.
In this brief, we estimate and compare how students eligible to vote in Georgia participated in the general election of 2020 and the runoff electio
The Campus Boundaries Project allows users to see on a map where U.S.
Democracy Counts 2020 is the national report of IDHE's National Study of Learning, Voting, and Engagement (NSLVE), which examines electoral partici
In this paper, we analyze the legitimacy of Congressional and state district lines with a specific focus on communities of interest with a demograp
Many colleges and universities offer courses that address civic and political issues and build students' knowledge and skills for democratic engage
In an effort to cut through the seemingly endless stream of news we're faced with, IDHE periodically releases short discussion guides, called "Maki
Between 18 and 20 million people attend U.S. colleges and universities annually.
Ideally, the U.S. voting system would work to select public officials elected by the people affected by their decisions.
By Nancy Thomas, Tufts University and Cazembe Kennedy, Clemson University