More Americans want to leave the U.S. than in recent history. A Gallup poll finds that 16% of Americans said last year they'd like to permanently move to another country.
Apparently, the numbers have gone up in the first two years of the Trump administration, driven by groups that lean Democratic, including women and young people. Women especially said they wanted to leave – a record 20%.
Overall, 22% of people who disapprove of the job Trump is doing say they want out, compared with seven percent who think he's doing fine. It's also a change from previous years where presidential approval didn't seem to correlate with the wish to migrate.