Democratic Presidential Primary Vote Choice (June 2015)

Democratic Presidential Primary Vote Choice (June 2015)

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categorycolumn-1
Hillary Clinton53%
Bernie Sanders15%
Elizabeth Warren8%
Joe Biden8%
Jim Webb1%
Andrew Cuomo1%
Martin O'Malley1%
Lincoln Chafee1%
Haven't thought enough about it to have an opinion12%

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categoryDemocratIndependentRepublican
Hillary Clinton54%52%40%
Bernie Sanders15%35%0%
Elizabeth Warren8%5%0%
Joe Biden8%0%0%
Jim Webb1%0%17%
Andrew Cuomo1%0%11%
Martin O'Malley1%0%0%
Lincoln Chafee1%0%0%
Haven't thought enough about it to have an opinion11%8%31%

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categoryLean DemocratNot very strong DemocratStrong Democrat
Hillary Clinton33%53%60%
Bernie Sanders29%4%15%
Elizabeth Warren17%6%7%
Joe Biden2%9%9%
Jim Webb2%2%0%
Andrew Cuomo1%2%0%
Martin O'Malley4%2%0%
Lincoln Chafee1%0%1%
Haven't thought enough about it to have an opinion11%21%7%

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categoryLiberalsModeratesConservatives
Hillary Clinton51%60%47%
Bernie Sanders24%10%2%
Elizabeth Warren12%3%7%
Joe Biden4%11%15%
Jim Webb1%1%5%
Andrew Cuomo1%0%1%
Martin O'Malley1%0%4%
Lincoln Chafee0%1%2%
Haven't thought enough about it to have an opinion7%13%17%

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categoryLeaning liberalSomewhat liberalExtremely liberal
Hillary Clinton45%61%38%
Bernie Sanders15%19%39%
Elizabeth Warren16%6%16%
Joe Biden7%4%1%
Jim Webb2%0%0%
Andrew Cuomo3%1%0%
Martin O'Malley2%1%0%
Lincoln Chafee0%0%0%
Haven't thought enough about it to have an opinion8%7%5%

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categoryWhiteBlackHispanic
Hillary Clinton40%57%64%
Bernie Sanders26%9%7%
Elizabeth Warren14%2%5%
Joe Biden3%18%5%
Jim Webb2%1%2%
Andrew Cuomo2%1%0%
Martin O'Malley3%0%0%
Lincoln Chafee0%1%1%
Haven't thought enough about it to have an opinion10%11%16%

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categoryMaleFemale
Hillary Clinton48%57%
Bernie Sanders19%12%
Elizabeth Warren9%7%
Joe Biden11%6%
Jim Webb2%1%
Andrew Cuomo1%1%
Martin O'Malley2%1%
Lincoln Chafee1%0%
Haven't thought enough about it to have an opinion8%15%

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categoryUrbanSuburbanRural
Hillary Clinton54%54%45%
Bernie Sanders11%18%17%
Elizabeth Warren11%6%6%
Joe Biden7%8%7%
Jim Webb4%0%0%
Andrew Cuomo1%1%1%
Martin O'Malley1%1%3%
Lincoln Chafee1%0%2%
Haven't thought enough about it to have an opinion10%11%18%

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category18-2930-4445-6465+
Hillary Clinton44%51%56%60%
Bernie Sanders22%11%17%10%
Elizabeth Warren2%12%10%5%
Joe Biden11%6%9%4%
Jim Webb2%3%1%1%
Andrew Cuomo1%1%0%2%
Martin O'Malley0%2%0%3%
Lincoln Chafee2%1%0%0%
Haven't thought enough about it to have an opinion16%12%8%14%

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categoryNo high schoolHigh school graduateSome college2-year4-yearPost-grad
Hillary Clinton69%59%55%53%40%51%
Bernie Sanders9%10%16%19%21%18%
Elizabeth Warren5%2%5%8%16%22%
Joe Biden8%10%9%7%5%4%
Jim Webb0%1%1%3%3%3%
Andrew Cuomo0%1%1%0%2%0%
Martin O'Malley0%0%2%1%1%3%
Lincoln Chafee0%0%1%0%3%0%
Haven't thought enough about it to have an opinion9%17%11%9%10%0%

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