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I haven't met one Trump supporter in my age group, but I also happen to live in one of the most liberal cities in America.
There are probably plenty of angry people in my age group who are voting for Trump, but I think that's more of a geographic phenomena than anything else.
Poorly educated white millennials living in the rust belt will likely vote for Trump. They are upset that their dominance in American politics is coming to an end and they look at Trump as someone who can change it. Their (and my) parents were born in an age when black citizens had to drink at separate water fountains, piss in separate toilets, and eat at separate restaurants. Thankfully my parents taught me love, respect, and that everyone is equal, but many other parents did not.
Highly educated white, black, Hispanic, and Asian millennials are on the Hillary bandwagon. We are excited about voting for our nations first female President. Sure, there are plenty of millennials who claim they are going to cast a protest vote because they don't like either candidate, but I have a strong feeling that the vast majority of us will vote for Clinton. I'll be casting my vote for Secretary Clinton early next week as soon as I get my ballot.