'SNL' eyes Hillary’s support among young voters: ‘She’s no Bernie!’

“Saturday Night Live” poked fun at Hillary ClintonHillary Rodham ClintonThe New Yorker endorses Clinton House race between Republicans turns ugly Clinton wins ‘Trump Bingo’ on ‘Saturday Night Live’ MORE’s popularity among young voters in the show’s latest opening sketch.

It opens with cast members portraying two young couples discussing her race against challenger Bernie SandersBernie SandersLate polls show Dems gaining in governor races Could President Hillary heal a divided nation? Clinton camp oppo research: Sanders has 'no accomplishments' MORE over brunch.

“Hillary is the most qualified candidate in history,” Vanessa Bayer says, “But at the same time, ‘Eh?’”

“Hillary has every, single thing I want in a president,“ Taran Killam says. “But …”

“She’s no Bernie!” the others chime in.

Clinton, played by Kate McKinnon, then appears, singing "I Can't Make You Love Me," with cast members' quotes such as “Bernie is change” and “I like when Bernie yells, but not when Hillary does” sprinkled throughout.

You can watch the entire skit in the video player above.