Sounds about right…

It was only a matter of time before people decided that they’d rather be pulverized by a meteor hitting earth than head to the polls in November to vote.

In a new survey asking people who they’d choose for president if the candidates were Democrat Hillary Clinton, Republican Donald Trump or a giant meteor hitting the earth, 13 percent of respondents chose to die in the fiery inferno of magma, rock and slush than to vote for one of the corporeal candidates. In all fairness, 7 percent responded that they were unsure.

The survey was conducted by the left-leaning Public Policy Polling, which has made headlines before with its irreverent polls, first when it polled Americans about bombing the fictional city of Agrabah from Disney’s “Aladdin,” and then in August 2015, when it found that 9 percent of North Carolina voters supported Deez Nuts for president.

In this new poll, results show that 43 percent of respondents opted for Clinton, 38 percent chose Trump, 13 percent opted to get destroyed by a meteor and 7 percent were unsure. You know things are dire when 13 percent of people, when forced at gunpoint to vote for a candidate, would opt to have you pull the trigger instead.