The Public Policy Polling survey posed the question: “If the choices for president were Democrat Hillary Clinton, Republican Donald Trump, and a giant meteor hitting the earth, which would you choose?”
Forty-three percent chose Hillary, 38 percent picked The Donald, and 13 percent went for the meteor. Seven percent were not sure, giving the meteor a giant chance to win over the undecideds.
Of those who picked the meteor, just 7 percent had a favorable view of Clinton and 3 percent had a favorable view of Trump.
Eleven percent of meteor voters picked Barack Obama in 2012, while 12 percent voted for Mitt Romney. Giant meteor scored best among moderates. Fifteen percent of men and 10 percent of women picked the apocalyptic event.