Lots of younger voters are apparently seeing the glass as half-empty.
A new NBC News/Quibi poll shows just 30% of millennial voters (between the ages of 24-39) say they feel confident that their children’s generation will be better than theirs has been.
For Gen Z voters (ages 18-23), 40% are confident about the future, compared to 41% who aren’t.
The poll also shows that 7 in 10 young voters say they’re worried that they or someone in their immediate family might get coronavirus.
Do you consider yourself more of a “glass-half-empty” or “glass-half-full” kind of person?