February 21, 2016

Age gap among Denocratic women in Nevada

Portland Press Herald - Seven in 10 women under 45 supported Sanders. But two-thirds of caucus-going women were 45 and over, and 7 in 10 of them supported Clinton. A large majority of black caucus-goers supported Clinton, while whites and Hispanics were more evenly divided.

As was the case for caucus-goers in Iowa and primary voters in New Hampshire, Nevada caucus-goers who cared most about voting for a candidate who’s honest and trustworthy or one who cares about people like them overwhelmingly supported Sanders, while whose looking for experience or electability overwhelmingly backed Clinton.

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