Nearly one in four millennials would prefer to see Earth destroyed by a giant meteor than see Donald Trump or Hillary Clinton in the White House, a new opinion poll has found.
Do they mean it? Probably not, although these days, who can be sure.
But the results speak volumes about young Americans’ disgust with the 2016 election.
The national poll, conducted Oct. 10-13 by the University of Massachusetts-Lowell’s Center for Public Opinion and Odyssey Millennials, surveyed 1,247 American adults ages 18-35 about the upcoming election.
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