According to Fusion’s Massive Millennial Poll, Paul Ryan beats out Jeb Bush and Rand Paul as the presidential nominee preferred in 2016 by young Republican voters. And—no surprise—-young Democrats chose Hillary Clinton. Fifty-eight percent of Democrats say they would vote for her. The poll sampled “likely millennial voters” in this year’s midterm elections. For full coverage, including more on methodology, click here.
Paul Ryan leads among young Republican voters.
No surprise, Hillary leads among Democratic candidates:
She has a substantial lead over any potential GOP opponent among young voters:
Hillary polled exceptionally well with young black people and Hispanics:
She's also more popular among women:
Maybe it's best Hillary got out of the Obama administration when she did, because his popularity numbers have dipped among millennials.
For our complete coverage of the Fusion Millennial Attitudes Poll, click here.
To see the raw poll data provided by our polling firm, Bendixen & Amandi International, click here.