This has been confirmed by Laura Melonakos, a 23-year-old accounting major and Conner Leavitt, a 24-year-old studying vocal performance at Utah Valley University.
Unlike the older generation who simply voted for the Republican party, Melonakos says she would rather go with the individual.
Leavitt shed more light on why the millennials are this way.
She said, “Older generations are more set in their ways and they are unwilling to even consider changing the current system.
“My peers and I are willing to think outside of what we have experienced and try new things to try to find something better than our current system.”
Katie Orr, a 23-year old BYU senior studying Economics and Math said, “Mormon millennials tend to consider religion in a lot of their voting and especially in voting on social issues.
“It does enter the conversation of ‘Do I think this a righteous thing, do I think this is a moral thing, do I think that this is ultimately helping families or helping religious people to express freedom of religion?’”