Democratic Presidential Primary Vote Choice (February 2015)

Democratic Presidential Primary Vote Choice (February 2015)

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categorycolumn-1
Hillary Clinton62%
Elizabeth Warren12%
Joe Biden6%
Jim Webb1%
Martin O'Malley1%
Bernie Sanders5%
Haven't thought enough about it to have an opinion14%

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categoryLean DemocratNot very strong DemocratStrong Democrat
Hillary Clinton60%62%66%
Elizabeth Warren22%6%13%
Joe Biden1%8%6%
Jim Webb0%3%1%
Martin O'Malley2%0%1%
Bernie Sanders8%1%6%
Haven't thought enough about it to have an opinion7%19%8%

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categoryLeaning liberalSomewhat liberalExtremely liberal
Hillary Clinton68%60%52%
Elizabeth Warren10%20%31%
Joe Biden3%2%4%
Martin O'Malley1%1%0%
Bernie Sanders8%4%7%
Haven't thought enough about it to have an opinion9%12%7%

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categoryWhiteBlackHispanic
Hillary Clinton55%66%69%
Elizabeth Warren22%4%4%
Joe Biden3%10%7%
Jim Webb2%0%1%
Martin O'Malley1%0%1%
Bernie Sanders6%6%2%
Haven't thought enough about it to have an opinion12%14%16%

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categoryMaleFemale
Hillary Clinton56%66%
Elizabeth Warren11%12%
Joe Biden9%3%
Jim Webb1%1%
Martin O'Malley2%0%
Bernie Sanders6%3%
Haven't thought enough about it to have an opinion14%13%

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categoryUrbanSuburbanRural
Hillary Clinton63%61%59%
Elizabeth Warren11%13%12%
Joe Biden5%8%3%
Jim Webb0%3%0%
Martin O'Malley1%1%0%
Bernie Sanders7%2%4%
Haven't thought enough about it to have an opinion13%12%22%

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category18-2930-4445-6465+
Hillary Clinton52%57%63%76%
Elizabeth Warren12%18%10%8%
Joe Biden8%5%8%2%
Jim Webb1%2%2%0%
Martin O'Malley2%0%0%1%
Bernie Sanders0%5%7%3%
Haven't thought enough about it to have an opinion26%13%11%10%

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categoryNo high schoolHigh school graduateSome college2-year4-yearPost-grad
Hillary Clinton66%68%54%55%60%70%
Elizabeth Warren6%6%15%15%18%8%
Joe Biden0%10%6%0%5%0%
Jim Webb16%0%2%2%1%0%
Martin O'Malley0%0%1%0%1%0%
Bernie Sanders0%4%5%5%5%6%
Haven't thought enough about it to have an opinion12%12%17%23%9%17%

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