53% of New Hampshire Women Have a Special Place in Hell Saved for Them … Bernie Wins Women over Hillary by 53% – 46%
DON’T LOOK NOW, 53% OF NEW HAMPSHIRE WOMAN WHO CAST VOTES IN THE DEMOCRAT PRIMARY ARE GOING TO HELL … ACTUALLY ALL BY THE +65 CROWD ARE GOING TO HELL …
Hillary is so unlikable, she even drove women away in NH … Since the outset of the 2016 presidential campaign, Hillary Clinton has played the gender card to make up for the fact that no one can name a single accomplishment for the former first lady, US Senator and Secretary of State. Over this past weekend in New Hampshire her campaign sunk to a new low when Hillary Clinton surrogate, former Sec. of Sate Madeleine Albright, said much to the chuckling and laughing of Hillary, “There’s a special place in hell for women who don’t help each other!” Well that went over like a ton of bricks as Bernie Sanders trounced Hillary Clinton in last nights New Hampshire Primary 60% to 38%!!! Making matter worse for Hillary, Bernie Sanders won the woman vote 53% to 46%.
The end result … Bernie Sanders wins by 22 points over Hillary Clinton.
Hillary Clinton’s campaign motto … “There’s a special place in hell for women who don’t help each other!” Wow, there’s a winning message. How her campaign does not do a total shake up and Madeline Albright tossed off the campaign trail would be a miracle.
Sanders won women by 53-46 percent, as well as prevailing far more widely among men, 65-34 percent. Sixty-nine percent of women under 45 backed Sanders (including 82 percent of those under 30 women), while Clinton won women 45 and older by 56-43 percent.
Among all voters under age 30, Sanders beat Clinton by a huge 84-15 percent margin, another result similar to Iowa.
Sanders won by 45 points among self-identified independents (72-27), and they accounted for 39 percent of NH voters – fewer than in past years, but still many more than in other states.
Senator Bernie Sanders beat Hillary Clinton among nearly every demographic group in the Democratic New Hampshire primary, according to exit polls.
He carried majorities of both men and women. He won among those with and without college degrees. He won among gun owners and non-gun owners. He beat Mrs. Clinton among previous primary voters and those participating for the first time. And he ran ahead among both moderates and liberals.
Even so, there were a few silver linings for Mrs. Clinton. While Mr. Sanders bested her among all age groups younger than 45, the two candidates polled evenly among voters aged 45 to 64.