Bernie Sanders Defeats Hillary Clinton in New Hampshire

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MANCHESTER, N.H. – Bernie Sanders soundly defeated Hillary Clinton in the 2016 Democratic presidential primary in the state of New Hampshire. CNN called the race for Sanders at approximately 8 PM Eastern Time, based on extensive exit polls and early vote returns. With 4.7 percent of the precincts reporting, Sanders had 7,548 votes (53.3 percent) to Clinton’s 6,315 (44.6 percent). Sanders’ win was fueled by a massive turnout by independent voters and non-Democrats. 41 percent of Democrat voters were independents and only 55 percent were registered Democrats, according to CNN exit polling. The line was out the door at Sanders headquarters at Concord High School in Concord, New Hampshire prior to the announcement. Massive cheers went up through Sanders headquarters when the CNN announcement was made. .@BernieSanders supporters already pumped at their HQ for the night @ Concord High School, via @jdgib — Trent Spiner (@TrentSpiner) February 10, 2016 Exit polling showed that one-third of New Hampshire Democrats voted income equality as their top issue. Forty percent of New Hampshire Democrats want the next president to be more liberal than Obama. A CNN poll released Monday showed Sanders leading Clinton 87 percent to 9 percent among 18-to-34 year old
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CNN’s Tapper: NH GOP Primary ‘A Great Night’ For Trump, ‘Horrible Night’ for GOP Establishment

CNN anchor Jake Tapper said that the New Hampshire primary was “a horrible night” for the establishment in both parties and a great night for the winning candidates after GOP presidential candidate Donald Trump and Democratic candidate Senator Bernie Sanders (I-VT) were declared the winners of their party’s primaries during CNN’s coverage of the primary on Tuesday. Tapper said, “What a stunning, stunning moment, Wolf. And, again, I say, two years ago, if somebody had told you that Bernie sanders, an independent, Democratic Socialist from Vermont and Donald Trump, a businessman and developer from New York City, were going to win the Democratic and Republican New Hampshire primaries, you would have you would have said I was crazy.” He added, “It’s astounding. It is a great night for Donald trump. A great night for Bernie Sanders, a great night for their supporters. A horrible night for the Democratic establishment, and a horrible night for the Republican establishment as CNN projects that Donald Trump will be the winner of the New Hampshire Republican primary, and Bernie Sanders, the senator from Vermont, will be the winner of the New Hampshire Democratic primary.” Follow Ian Hanchett on Twitter @IanHanchett
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50% Of NH GOP Feel ‘Betrayed By Republican Politicians’

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Exit polls out of New Hampshire show that a full 50% of GOP voters “feel betrayed by Republican politicians.” Obviously, this is a very good sign for Donald Trump, who only just last year became a politician. — 50% of NH Republicans feel BETRAYED by the Republican Party. — John Nolte (@NolteNC) February 9, 2016 — Follow John Nolte on Twitter @NolteNC               
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Bernie Wallops Hillary With Young Voters: 83% to 16%

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Hillary Clinton was counting on young voters being excited about the prospect of voting for a historic “first,” meaning the first woman president. It looks as though young Democrats are more enamored with the idea of voting for the historic first 278 year-old socialist. — NBC EXIT POLL: 83% of Democratic Primary Voters under 30 voted for Sanders #Decision2016 — Ed Demaria (@Eddie_Dynamite) February 9, 2016 — Follow John Nolte on Twitter @NolteNC               
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Two-Thirds of NH GOP Voters Support Trump’s Muslim Ban

(L-R) Republican presidential candidates Ohio Governor John Kasich, Jeb Bush, Sen. Marco Rubio (R-FL), Donald Trump, Sen. Ted Cruz (R-TX), Ben Carson and New Jersey Governor Chris Christie participate in the Republican presidential debate at St. Anselm CollegeÊFebruary 6, 2016 in Manchester, New Hampshire. Sponsored by ABC News, the Independent Journal Review and Google, this is the final televised debate before voters go to the polls for the New Hampshire primary on February 9.
According to the New Hampshire exit polls, a full 66% of Republican voters back a “ban on Muslims from entering the U.S.” This obviously is good news for Donald Trump, who proposed a temporary ban on foreign Muslims entering the country until our government is in a better position to avoid another Sacramento terror attack. The female jihadist who committed that terror attack was here on a fiancée visa. By all accounts, Trump made this proposal based only on his instincts, not any kind of focus group polling. Every other candidate in the Republican primary disagreed with the proposal, many outright condemned it as bigotry. — Two thirds of NH voters back Muslim ban. — John Nolte (@NolteNC) February 9, 2016  —   Follow John Nolte on Twitter @NolteNC            
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