The 2016 Millennial Impact Report
Wave 3 of the 2016 Millennial Impact Report examines millennials’ self-identified attitudes and voting intentions, especially during the last three months before Election Day, which may help researchers and reporters across the country explain why so many of us were caught off guard at the results of the nationwide vote.
These new insights will inform and supplement our understanding of millennials. The 2016 Millennial Impact Report Post-Election Survey Infographic displays millennial voter findings following the 2016 Presidential election.
Please submit your information below to download Wave 3, as well as the following infographics: Sample Demographics, Voting Breakdown, Political Ideology, Trust in Government and Wave 1-3 Recap.
The 2016 Millennial Impact Report Post-Election Survey Infographic displays millennial voter findings following the 2016 Presidential election.
The infographic provides insight into who millennials voted for, why they chose a specific candidate and why they chose to not vote, among other topics.
The survey was conducted over the course of five days immediately following the election.
Submit your information below to download the Post-Election Survey Infographic.
The 2016 Millennial Impact Report Wave 2 reveals new trends related to millennial engagement with causes during the 2016 Presidential election cycle and investigates how organizations can motivate this generation to donate their time, money or skills to their causes during election years.
The second wave of data surveyed millennials from June through August 2016.
Submit your information below to download the second wave of research from the 2016 Millennial Impact Report.
The 2016 Millennial Impact Report investigates how millennials’ cause engagement behaviors may change during an election year, and how these changes may be influenced by important demographics such as gender, age, geographic location and race/ethnicity. The Wave 1 Trends Report details the overview and methodology of the 2016 study as well as trends from Wave 1 (March-May).
Submit your information below to download all Wave 1 documents, including the full report, infographic, candidate supporter profile and more.