Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump are the well-known faces who are running for the US Presidential Election.
Both have huge support but as per as recent survey results, done by Harvard Institute of Politics, Hillary is way ahead than Trump.
Young people, aging 18 to 29, of John Kennedy School of Government, shared their view on this election and it was surprising that more than 50 percent of young generation said Hillary as their first choice.
However, a huge portion of young people also expressed their ‘fear’ thinking about country’s future. Only a small portion, around 20 percent of people are thinking of the good times.
The vote share as of now seems like 51 percent people want Hillary as president while 25 percent people want Trump as president.
Now, if we take a look at another survey, IBD-TIPP, which did an accurate prediction during 2012 presidential election, there isn’t a huge difference between both candidates.
Trump is only 0.6 percentage behind when it comes to popularity and vote share.
According to the Election Survey made by IBD-TIPP, 41.2 percent people want Trump as president while 41.8 percent want Hillary as president.
Now as per as another source, Fox News, 44 percent of people want Hillary as president while 41 percent of people want Trump.
Now, the game has become quite confusing and it would surely be interesting to see, who will be the 45th president of United States.