Promising Gains, Persistent Gaps: Youth Disconnection in Congressional Districts

Measure of America’s 2017 report, Promising Gains, Persistent Gaps: Youth Disconnection in America, the fourth in a series on youth disconnection, updates disconnection data for key geographies (states, metro areas, and counties), for racial and ethnic groups, and for young women and men. It also includes a first-ever exploration of youth disconnection rates in rural, suburban, and urban communities. This accompanying brief presents the latest available youth disconnection data for another important and politically salient geography: the nation’s 435 congressional districts and the non-voting District of Columbia.

Title
Promising Gains, Persistent Gaps: Youth Disconnection in Congressional Districts
Published
Measure of America, March 30, 2017
On the web
Citation
Promising Gains, Persistent Gaps: Youth Disconnection in Congressional Districts (New York, NY: Measure of America, March 30, 2017), http://bit.ly/DYbyCD17.