Good news for you. Scientists found that the Yellowstone super-volcano is a little less super than formerly thought. But the bad news is that the Yellowstone super-volcano is more vigorous than before thought. It means that the next one is likely quicker than previously predicted.
Their original study shows that what scientist’s idea was Yellowstone's largest explosion, the source of the 2 million year old Huckleberry Ridge deposit, was really two eruptions 6,000 years separately from all other.
The outcome is that the first explosion that created Huckleberry Ridge was only 2,200 cubic kilometers, approximately 12 percent less than what geologist’s contemplation.
According to Ben Ellis the Yellowstone volcano's preceding actions is the best direct of what it will do in the future. This investigate suggests volatile volcanism from Yellowstone is more common than formerly consideration.