Here Is Who Would Win The Election If Only Millennials Could Vote

Love it or hate it, the scoreboard don’t lie: There are a lot of millennials in the world, many of whom are eligible to vote in the 2016 election. As Mic points out (in millennial-friendly text communication, because millennials don’t read),  there are 69 million millennials eligible to vote in America. There are 69 million baby boomers in America too, so the millennial generation is well on pace to be the most powerful demographic in politics… as long as they show up on Election Day.

So who is this powerful generation voting for? via Mic:

According to SurveyMonkey, which is offering mapping based on more than 30,000 interviews conducted since Oct. 8 and weighted by state-level voter demographics, Clinton dominates among the younger set.

“The data among millennials point to big and widespread advantages for Clinton heading into the final stretch. The challenges some Democrats feared she might face with young voters after a tough primary fight against Bernie Sanders haven’t materialized,” Jon Cohen, SurveyMonkey’s chief research officer, said to Mic.

That’s a lot of blue:

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