The voters under 30 were heavily supported Democratic, favoring Joe Biden about President Donald Trump by a wide margin (61 versus 36 percent) in the presidential election will be decided-yet-a-, but there was no difference key among young voters across gender lines racial and state, according to an analysis of the output data polling from the Center for Information and Research on Civic learning and commitment (circle) at Tufts University in Massachusetts

in the estimates were revised Wednesday analysis of the CÍRCULO found that young whites supported Trump by a margin of six points (51 vs. 45 percent), while young women favored white former Vice President Biden by 13 points percentage (from 55 to 42 percent).

Young voters favored color Biden by larger margins than did young white voters. young black, Asian and Latino voters supported Biden by a difference of 76, 69 and 51 points respectively.

In Georgia and Carolina of the North, 90 percent or more of young black voters chose Biden, while more than half of young voters whites (54 percent in Carolina of the North and 63 Georgia percent) favored Trump.

in Texas, latinx voters supported Biden on Trump by a margin of almost 50 percentage points (73 vs. 25 percent), while a majority of white voters youth prefer Trump (51 vs. 45 Biden percent).

circle has no data on the estimated percentage of voters between 18 and 29 years old who are enrolled in college or have college degrees. In 2016, levels of education were crucial to predict who would vote for Trump, with President accumulating strong support among Americans who do not have college degrees.

"In a way, shows how young Fractured have become terms of polarization," Kei Kawashima-Ginsberg, director of the Circle, said the findings on different preferences of young voters by sex and race. He noted, for example, that racism and climate change are among the major problems cited by young voters.

"You might think that if you care deeply about climate change and racism, the presidential election could be driven by the theme," she said. "But it's not panning out for young whites. Most seem to have elected President of Trump."

Above all, young voters chose Biden in greater proportion than did individuals of any age group. Young Trump Biden voted for higher rates in 33 of the 39 states for which data were circulated on Tuesday. A map of what the presidential map would look like if only young people who voted can see above: In such a scenario, the main battleground states besides Texas, Blue would, while only the heavily Republican states of Alabama, Indiana , Kansas, Kentucky, Mississippi and Tennessee would be red.

circle estimates that voters under 30 years Biden supported by significant margins in some key states. Young voters seem to be on track for more votes cast than the total margin of victory in some key states. Youth Share of the advantage of total votes Biden in the Vote Youth Arizona 17% + 28% Georgia 21% + 15% Michigan 15% + 29% Carolina of the North 16% + 16% Pennsylvania 14% + 23 Wisconsin% 14% + 27%

in Wisconsin, where Biden is projected to have won by 20,000 votes, the young cast an estimated 281,000 and 157,000 votes for Biden for Trump. In North Carolina, where Trump is leading by almost 77,000 votes, but a victor has not yet been declared, the advantage of 16 points Biden among young voters translates into a lead of 140,000 votes in the youth qualify.

circle estimates that nearly half of eligible youth - 47 to 49 percent - turned out to vote in the presidential elections in the United States in 11 states battleground especially: Arizona, Colorado, Florida, Georgia , Iowa, Montana, North Carolina, Ohio, South Carolina's, Texas and Wisconsin.

"If the qualifying continue to arrive at the same rate in each state, the number of young voters through these states could increase to 51 percent to 53 percent," Circle said in a press release . "For comparison, or

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