Exit Poll

NYT 2014 Exit Poll

Do you have questions about the 2014 midterm, such as…

  • Which state displaced Texas for lowest voter turnout?
  • Which states had the highest turnout? (It wasn’t Minnesota for a change.)
  • Compared to the presidential electorate, how much older was the midterm electorate?
  • Compared to 2010, which demographics increased their share of the vote? (You’ll be surprised!)
  • What issue was more decisive for voters, the economy or immigration?
  • What do voters think of Election Day Registration and early voting?

Get the answers to these and other questions by joining us next week for a discussion of voter turnout in the 2014 midterm election:

Who Turned Out in the 2014 Midterm Election: A Post-Election Debrief
Wednesday November 12th at 2:00pm ET

Using Edison Research’s benchmark National Election Pool exit poll, we will examine voter turnout among young voters, newer Latino and Asian-American voting populations, and other demographics to examine how these turnout numbers, partisan choices, and issue preferences fit into recent trends and may have impacted election results.

Featured Presenters: In 2005, George Pillsbury joined a collaboration of nonprofit partners to establish Nonprofit VOTE, a national hub of voter engagement resources and training for the nonprofit sector. He has authored numerous nonpartisan voter engagement guides, including Nonprofits, Voting and Elections: A 501(c)(3) Guide to Nonpartisan Voter Engagement and America Goes to the Polls, a biennial series on voter turnout for the last four national elections. George has a B.A. from Yale University and an M.P.A. from Harvard University’s Kennedy School of Government. Abby Kieser is the Youth Coordinator and Researcher at CIRCLE, serving as liaison to practitioner organizations across the country. She communicates research findings and tracks recommendations from young people, youth-serving organizations, and educators for future research. Before coming to CIRCLE, she organized students around the country as part of a national campaign of Campus Compact to increase youth involvement in public life.



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