President Donald Trump may have staked his campaign on making America great again, but more citizens than ever before want to get out permanently.
In 2018, 16 percent of Americans said that they would like to move to another country, according to a Gallup poll released Friday.
While that number matches 2017 data and doesn’t stray much from global standards, it remains significantly higher than it was during the presidencies of Barack Obama or George W. Bush. In the Obama administration, 10 percent wanted to jump ship. The figure was 11 percent in the Bush administration.
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