Sen. Bernie Sanders won a narrow victory over former Mayor Pete Buttigieg in the New Hampshire primary on Tuesday.
Using exit polls published by The Washington Post, we looked at who voted for which candidate and what it could mean for the race going forward.
Young voters overwhelmingly supported Sanders, while the third-place finisher, Sen. Amy Klobuchar, won a plurality of voters 65 and older.
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The New Hampshire primary resulted in a narrow victory for Sen. Bernie Sanders over former Mayor Pete Buttigieg, and a surprising surge into third place by Sen. Amy Klobuchar.
We decided to take a look at who voted for which candidate, and what that could mean for the primary contests to come.
Exit polls from Edison Media Research published at The Washington Post give some insight into how support for different candidates broke down among different groups of voters.
One of the biggest dividing lines in New Hampshire was age. Sanders dominated among the 13% of New Hampshire voters aged 18-29, according to exit polls:
Sanders’ support among young voters is apparent in national polling as well. In the five most recent polls included in the Real Clear Politics average …read more
Source:: Businessinsider – Strategy