Young British Voters Are Least Likely to Vote Among Europeans
A low turnout is expected among Europe’s youth for the European elections towards the end of May. Generally, young British voters are the least likely to vote in the EU. A survey has found that while 71 percent of Italians aged 18-24 have voted in at least one political election, this figure falls to just 38 percent in the United Kingdom.
This chart shows the percentage of young people who have voted in a political election by European country.
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