Demographic breakdowns

Exit polls highlight differences among Pennsylvania Democrats.

By Steve Benen

Published April 22, 2008 11:39PM (EDT)

Following up on Alex's item, the exit polls point to some of the key demographic differences among Pennsylvania Democrats.

According to the early exits, women backed Clinton by 11 (55-44); men sided with Obama by 6 (53-47); whites backed Clinton by a 3-to-2 margin (60-40); while 92 percent of African-American voters supported Obama.

Moreover, CNN is reporting that Clinton continues to do well with older voters, with 61 percent of those over the age of 65 supporting the New York senator.


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