10%

of eligible voters in the 2020 U.S. presidential election were projected to be members of Generation Z

Source: Pew Research Center
Additional Information: This is up from just 4% of eligible voters in 2016, when the vast majority in this generation were too young to cast ballots. Members of Generation Z were born after 1996 and are 23 and younger in 2020. Eligible voters are U.S. citizens age 18 and older.
Reference: For more information, read the 2019 Pew Research Center analysis, "An Early Look at the 2020 Electorate." "An Early Look at the 2020 Electorate."

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