Tuesday, June 03, 2008

Clinton Winning in South Dakota

CNN reports that exit polling shows that Hillary "scored big with her core constituencies."

In CNN exit polling of 763 voters in Tuesday's primary, Clinton again emerged as the clear favorite among white, working-class voters, older voters and women, the polling suggests.

Voters earning less than $50,000 a year -- almost exactly half of the poll's respondents -- said they voted for Clinton by a margin of 61 percent to 39 percent. Obama had a narrow edge among those earning more, 51 percent to 49 percent for Clinton.

Respondents 65 and older, who made up 28 percent of those polled, supported Clinton by a margin of 65-35 percent.

Eighty-four percent of South Dakota respondents said they've been affected by what pollsters called a recession. And among voters who said the economy was their main concern -- a majority at 54 percent -- Clinton led Obama 58 percent to 42 percent.

How's that for a victory night, Barky???? Guess we now know why you're not in South Dakota tonight...

Loser, loser, loser!!!

Clinton isn't in SD either...right? Just making sure...
CNN just projected Montana...can you get that up ASAP?
Senator Clinton was in New York City last night, so by your logic, is she also a loser?
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