A great review of this subject comes from a really interesting article at the local Pennsylvania newspaper, the Daily & Sunday Review, was written by Jacob Winch. Take a look at this excerpt:
The 2020 election set a lot of records, including for Gen Z participation. Nearly 160 million Americans, almost two-thirds of the estimated eligible voter age population, cast their ballots for their candidate of choice — an increase of more than five percent from 2016’s election.
Any improvement in voting participation is a positive change, but what is particularly remarkable about the 2020 election turnout is how many more young people came out, in various ways, to make their voices heard. More than 25 million 18 to 29 year-olds appear to have voted. That is a record 52 to 55% of eligible young voters, showing an increase of about 10% from the estimated 42 to 44% who voted in 2016.