Millennial Feud: How Young Americans Feel About the 2016 Election
ABC News talked to millennials about the upcoming 2016 election.
By OLIVIA SMITH
April 13, 2016, 9:01 AM
• 3 min read
-- Nearly half of millennial women are uninspired by the candidates running for president in the 2016 election, according to a recent ABC News/Refinery29 poll completed March 22 that surveyed 566 women ages 18-35.
In the video above, ABC News quizzed millennials in Central Park about their thoughts on politics and if they could guess the poll results to see how millennial women feel about this election cycle.
Whom do millennial women find to the be most inspirational of the candidates? Which candidate do millennial women think would least likely nominate a Supreme Court Justice who would reflect their values? Which candidate would a millennial woman choose to have dinner with? Apart from big issues like terrorism, health care and immigration, what issues do you think millennial women care about most? Of the candidates running, who would millennial women most like to see elected as president?