In American politics, the most engaged voters are generally the ones that vote in primaries, the elections that choose who goes on the ballot in the general election.
Polling shows Democrats won about 65% of voters under 30. In states where such information on voters by age is available, how many voters under 30 voted in each primary in 2022?
Notes: this information can only be found in states with partisan primaries (which is most states). This means many states, including California and Louisiana, do not have such data. A "voter under 30" is defined relative to the primary Election Day in each state. This may be a hard to answer question given how different states have different voter files. One or two states could be good enough.
I would imagine this to be a very Democratic leaning group because it seems young Democats have higher turnout (Democrats did better with young voters in 2022 than 2020). I also imagine this will be a relatively exclusive group given young voter turnout changes disproportionately relative to the rest of other voters. I am asking specifically about under 30 because I'm curious if younger Democratic voters have higher turnout in a low-turnout environment where partisanship is often by definition measured and recorded (though the candidates voted for within the party are not).