NEW YORK, Oct. 6, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- During the first presidential debate, millennials created polls and sparked major discussion about how America's youngest voters really feel about our candidates. Even though results say that overall Hillary Clinton is more popular, 20-somethings are actually pretty split on political issues.
Here are the current poll results after the first presidential debate:
Is Hillary the right woman to be the first female president?
54% Yes, 46% No
Which candidate do you think has a "winning temperament"?
35% Trump, 65% Clinton
Which candidate will be better for the economy?
44% Trump, 56% Clinton
Which candidate will be better at healing the racial divide?
22% Trump, 78% Clinton
Who's gonna do a better job stopping homegrown terrorism?
46% Trump, 54% Clinton
Did this debate make you change your mind about who you're voting for?
9% Yes, 91% No
Which candidate do you think won this debate?
31% Trump, 69% Clinton
About Winq: Winq is a social polling app for millennials around today's most relevant topics. The app allows users to create and vote on polls around pop culture and is available on both Apple's App Store and Google's Play Store. http://www.getwinq.com
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