The New Hampshire area code resulted in a close victory for Senator Bernie Sanders against former Mayor Pete Buttigieg and a surprising rise for Senator Amy Klobuchar to third place.
We have decided to take a look at who voted for which candidate and what this could mean for the upcoming main competitions.
Stop Edison Media Research surveys published on The Washington Post Provide an insight into how support for different candidates among different groups of voters has broken down.
One of the biggest dividing lines in New Hampshire was age. Sanders dominated among the 13% of New Hampshire voters aged 18-29.
Sanders' support among young voters is also evident in national surveys. By doing Five recent Real Clear Politics average polls For the Democratic area code, which was held sometime between the Iowa assemblies and the New Hampshire area code on Tuesday, Sanders leads slightly in every poll among the youngest voters, with support from 18- to 49-year-old voters in February in Monmouth between 35% poll is from 6-9 to 54% among 18- to 34-year-old voters in Quinnipiac's poll from February 5-9. In fact, Sander's lead in each of these surveys is in double digits ahead of its competitors.
In the meantime, Amy Klobuchar found her largest support base among the 26% of New Hampshire voters 65 and older:
Sanders won only 15% of the electorate in the oldest age group, well below his support among younger voters. Similarly, Sanders follows its competitors among the older voters in the national polls above.
Buttigieg fell between Sanders and Klobuchar among both older and younger voters in the New Hampshire Exit poll. In general, the baseline surveys show fairly consistent support for Buttigieg in most demographic and ideological groups, generally between 20% and 30% for both genders, all ages, both university and undergraduate, registered democrat and independent.
An outstanding exception is Buttigieg's low support among voters, who identified themselves as very liberal and only 16% of this group won Sanders & # 39; 46% and Warrens 19%. In the meantime, he outperformed voters with a household income of over $ 100,000, taking over 34% of this group of voters over Klobuchars 21% and Sanders 18%.
Race is an important demographic breakdown for democratic elementary school, which is not included in the New Hampshire exit surveys. While in many, if not most, of the remaining states, black, Latin American, and Asian voters are expected to make up a large part of the core electorate, New Hampshire is predominantly white. In 2018, approximately 89.8% of the state's population identified themselves as non-Hispanic whites, according to the American Community Survey by the Census Bureau, Edison Research and The Washington Post did not include outbreaks of race support.
National surveys off New Hampshire suggest that excessive white-voice addiction could be a weak point for Klobuchar and Buttigieg in future competitions. Both found single-digit support from black and Latin American voters in each of the five most recent polls, and were well behind former Vice President Joe Sanders Biden and former New York Mayor Mike Bloomberg belong to these groups.
In general, pre-New Hampshire area polls indicate long buttigieg and Klobuchar rises, despite the strength of the former in New Hampshire and Iowa and the surprising surge in the latter on Tuesday. The Real Clear Politics National Primary Survey Average shows Buttigieg in fifth place, with 10.6% of voters supporting the former mayor, while Klobuchar was in sixth place with 4.6%.