Exit polling results show that voters between the ages of 18 and 29 voted for Dems 63 percent of the time in the 2022 elections.
According to NBC exit polls, the cohort, which includes Generation Z and Millennials, voted 63 percent for Dems. and only 35 percent for Republicans.
The age group accounted for 12% of the population, compared to those aged 30 to 44, which made up 21% of the population and voted 51% for Democrats and 47% for Republicans, according to exit poll statistics.
Meanwhile, people aged 45 to 64 composed 39 percent of voters, voting 44 percent for Dems. and 54 percent for the Republicans. The oldest group, those aged 65 and over made up 28% of the electorate and voted for Democrats 43% of the time and Republicans 55% of the time.
Despite accounting for the smallest share of the electorate when compared to other age categories, the 18 to 29 age group was the most cohesive in their backing for the Democrats, while no other age range voted for either side by such a large margin.
More notably, individuals between the age of 18 and 24, who made up 7% of the electorate, favored the Democrats by a 61-36 percent margin. Those aged 25 to 29, who account for 6% of the electorate, backed the Democrats even more, with 65 percent voting for Democrats and only 33% voting for Republicans.
When broken down by racial demography, the 18 to 29 age group differs greatly, albeit all racial groupings within the age bracket favored Democrats.
White voters between the ages of 18 and 29, who made up 8% of the electorate, supported Republicans by far the most, although Democrats outnumbered Republicans by a large margin, 58 to 40%.
Latino voters between the age of 18 and 29, accounting for 3% of the electorate, preferred Democrats 68 to 30%. Meanwhile, black voters ages 18 to 29 made up only 1% of the total but heavily favored Democrats, 89% to 9%.