The kind of frustration and anxiety that has spurred what is shaping up to be historic early voting turnout among young people in the U.S. was palpable among some Generation Z voters and millennials at a Tokyo university on Wednesday as they watched results come in for arguably the most significant presidential election in modern history.

Temple University, the largest and oldest foreign university in Japan, held a socially distanced live broadcast event on campus, attracting some curious students and faculty members.

Like in the U.S., young voters, who are said to be key in the election, cited issues such as police brutality, climate change and LGBTQ equality as most important to them, voicing their hopes that Donald Trump — the antithesis of everything they believe in — will bow out after four tumultuous years in office.