The Center for American Progress, AEI, and the Brookings Institution released a groundbreaking report in February 2015 that looks at U.S. demographic change nationally and in every state through 2060. The report’s authors have produced a series of simulations, based on their research, to examine how demographic shifts by race, age, and generation could affect election outcomes from 2016 to 2032. Can either party be confident of its long-term future in light of these demographic changes? What kinds of consequences could these changes have for the family, the workforce, and the social contract? How might policymakers respond?
Please join CAP, AEI, the Brookings Institution, and distinguished experts for wide-ranging bipartisan presentations on demographic change and its implications for America’s electoral future and key policy challenges.
Karlyn Bowman, Senior Fellow and Research Coordinator, American Enterprise Institute
Arthur C. Brooks, President, American Enterprise Institute
Neera Tanden, President and CEO, Center for American Progress
How Demographic Change will Impact Presidential Elections in 2016 and Beyond
Michael Barone, Resident Fellow, American Enterprise Institute
Anna Greenberg, Senior Vice President, Greenberg Quinlan Rosner Research
Mark Lopez, Director of Hispanic Research, Pew Research Center
Robert Lang, Brookings Mountain West; University of Nevada, Las Vegas
Demographic Change: How Should Presidential Campaigns Respond?
Joel Benenson, Founding Partner and CEO, Benenson Strategy Group
Policy Implications of Demographic Change
Jared Bernstein, Senior Fellow, Center on Budget and Policy Priorities
David Blankenhorn, Founder and President, Institute for American Values
Naomi Cahn, Professor, George Washington University Law School
June Carbone, Professor, University of Minnesota Law School
William Galston, Senior Fellow, The Brookings Institution