Democratic Candidates Texas Democrats Would Not Support (November 2015)

Democratic Candidates Texas Democrats Would Not Support (November 2015)

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Lawrence Lessig6%
Hillary Clinton5%
Bernie Sanders5%
Martin O'Malley4%

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DemocratIndependentRepublican
Lawrence Lessig13%3%0%
Hillary Clinton19%6%1%
Bernie Sanders14%4%1%
Martin O'Malley8%2%0%

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Lean DemocratNot very strong DemocratStrong Democrat
Lawrence Lessig13%10%15%
Hillary Clinton20%18%17%
Bernie Sanders16%8%20%
Martin O'Malley6%10%8%

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LiberalsModeratesConservatives
Lawrence Lessig13%5%3%
Hillary Clinton22%6%1%
Bernie Sanders11%7%3%
Martin O'Malley9%3%2%

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Leaning liberalSomewhat liberalExtremely liberal
Lawrence Lessig10%13%17%
Hillary Clinton19%25%21%
Bernie Sanders14%10%10%
Martin O'Malley5%12%9%

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WhiteBlackHispanic
Lawrence Lessig3%17%5%
Hillary Clinton4%10%6%
Bernie Sanders2%17%7%
Martin O'Malley1%13%5%

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MaleFemale
Lawrence Lessig7%5%
Hillary Clinton5%5%
Bernie Sanders4%6%
Martin O'Malley5%3%

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UrbanSuburbanRural
Lawrence Lessig9%6%1%
Hillary Clinton5%6%2%
Bernie Sanders5%6%2%
Martin O'Malley8%3%0%

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No high schoolHigh school graduateSome college2-year4-yearPost-grad
Lawrence Lessig6%3%6%14%5%7%
Hillary Clinton9%4%4%4%5%4%
Bernie Sanders22%4%2%6%3%4%
Martin O'Malley5%3%3%4%6%3%

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18-2930-4445-6465+
Lawrence Lessig3%6%6%7%
Hillary Clinton12%6%2%3%
Bernie Sanders14%3%5%1%
Martin O'Malley6%5%2%4%

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