How will the country’s ongoing demographic and especially generational shifts affect the 2020 and future elections? What will our politics look like in the 2020’s and 2030’s as more of Generation Z and even younger generations enter the electorate and Millennials reach middle age? Will these generations’ current political attitudes persist or will they change with new phases of life? New research estimates the potentially profound effects of these different possibilities.
Join BPC, in partnership with the Brookings Institution, Center for American Progress, and Democracy Fund Voter Study Group for the release of the new States of Change report on America’s electoral future by Robert Griffin, William Frey, and Ruy Teixeira and reactions from Kristen Soltis Anderson, Tara McGowan, and Thomas Edsall.
Kristen Soltis Anderson
Partner and Co-Founder, Echelon Insights
Thomas B. Edsall
Political Columnist, The New York Times
John C. Fortier
Director of Governmental Studies, BPC
William H. Frey
Senior Fellow, Brookings Institution Metropolitan Policy Program
Research Director, Democracy Fund Voter Study Group
Founder and CEO, ACRONYM
Senior Fellow, Center for American Progress
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