New York

New York

See the latest results from the New York Presidential Primary

19.8 mill
Population
95
Republican Delegates
247
Democratic Delegates

Primary / Caucus Results

Apr
19

Republican Primary

Live Results
Percent in
94%
  • Donald Trump Winner
    Votes
    %
    Delegates
    524,932
    60.4%
    89
    Donald Trump
  • John Kasich
    Votes
    %
    Delegates
    217,904
    25.1%
    6
    John Kasich
  • Ted Cruz
    Votes
    %
    Delegates
    126,151
    14.5%
    0
    Ted Cruz

*Number of delegates projected by the Associated Press

Apr
19

Democratic Primary

Live Results
Percent in
94%
  • Hillary Clinton Winner
    Votes
    %
    Delegates
    1,054,083
    58%
    139
    Hillary Clinton
  • Bernie Sanders
    Votes
    %
    Delegates
    763,469
    42%
    108
    Bernie Sanders

*Number of delegates projected by the Associated Press

Results by County

Live Results

Albany

Donald Trump
Trump
%
Votes
48.1%
6,381
John Kasich
Kasich
%
Votes
35.3%
4,690
Ted Cruz
Cruz
%
Votes
16.6%
2,197
Hillary Clinton
Clinton
%
Votes
47.5%
18,450
Bernie Sanders
Sanders
%
Votes
52.5%
20,422

Allegany

Donald Trump
Trump
%
Votes
54.9%
2,702
John Kasich
Kasich
%
Votes
22.7%
1,116
Ted Cruz
Cruz
%
Votes
22.4%
1,101
Hillary Clinton
Clinton
%
Votes
40.5%
762
Bernie Sanders
Sanders
%
Votes
59.5%
1,119

Bronx

Donald Trump
Trump
%
Votes
67.5%
4,261
John Kasich
Kasich
%
Votes
16.4%
1,033
Ted Cruz
Cruz
%
Votes
16.2%
1,022
Hillary Clinton
Clinton
%
Votes
70%
95,772
Bernie Sanders
Sanders
%
Votes
30%
41,114

Brooklyn

Donald Trump
Trump
%
Votes
64.2%
14,984
John Kasich
Kasich
%
Votes
16%
3,741
Ted Cruz
Cruz
%
Votes
19.7%
4,603
Hillary Clinton
Clinton
%
Votes
60%
174,236
Bernie Sanders
Sanders
%
Votes
40%
116,327

Broome

Donald Trump
Trump
%
Votes
49.7%
8,409
John Kasich
Kasich
%
Votes
28.5%
4,822
Ted Cruz
Cruz
%
Votes
21.8%
3,683
Hillary Clinton
Clinton
%
Votes
43.4%
7,035
Bernie Sanders
Sanders
%
Votes
56.6%
9,176

Cattaraugus

Donald Trump
Trump
%
Votes
57.7%
3,503
John Kasich
Kasich
%
Votes
22.3%
1,357
Ted Cruz
Cruz
%
Votes
20%
1,214
Hillary Clinton
Clinton
%
Votes
42.1%
1,718
Bernie Sanders
Sanders
%
Votes
57.9%
2,367

Cayuga

Donald Trump
Trump
%
Votes
49.6%
3,024
John Kasich
Kasich
%
Votes
31.8%
1,942
Ted Cruz
Cruz
%
Votes
18.6%
1,136
Hillary Clinton
Clinton
%
Votes
47.3%
2,383
Bernie Sanders
Sanders
%
Votes
52.7%
2,654

Chautauqua

Donald Trump
Trump
%
Votes
54.1%
4,648
John Kasich
Kasich
%
Votes
24.4%
2,098
Ted Cruz
Cruz
%
Votes
21.4%
1,838
Hillary Clinton
Clinton
%
Votes
46%
3,483
Bernie Sanders
Sanders
%
Votes
54%
4,081

Chemung

Donald Trump
Trump
%
Votes
50.2%
3,982
John Kasich
Kasich
%
Votes
28.3%
2,248
Ted Cruz
Cruz
%
Votes
21.5%
1,703
Hillary Clinton
Clinton
%
Votes
49.6%
2,520
Bernie Sanders
Sanders
%
Votes
50.4%
2,564

Chenango

Donald Trump
Trump
%
Votes
51.4%
2,384
John Kasich
Kasich
%
Votes
27.1%
1,258
Ted Cruz
Cruz
%
Votes
21.5%
1,000
Hillary Clinton
Clinton
%
Votes
39.1%
958
Bernie Sanders
Sanders
%
Votes
60.9%
1,494

Clinton

Donald Trump
Trump
%
Votes
54.5%
2,364
John Kasich
Kasich
%
Votes
30%
1,300
Ted Cruz
Cruz
%
Votes
15.5%
674
Hillary Clinton
Clinton
%
Votes
26.5%
1,550
Bernie Sanders
Sanders
%
Votes
73.5%
4,301

Columbia

Donald Trump
Trump
%
Votes
57.3%
2,522
John Kasich
Kasich
%
Votes
27.1%
1,194
Ted Cruz
Cruz
%
Votes
15.5%
684
Hillary Clinton
Clinton
%
Votes
42.9%
2,481
Bernie Sanders
Sanders
%
Votes
57.1%
3,302

Cortland

Donald Trump
Trump
%
Votes
44.4%
1,627
John Kasich
Kasich
%
Votes
32.8%
1,202
Ted Cruz
Cruz
%
Votes
22.9%
838
Hillary Clinton
Clinton
%
Votes
42.7%
1,402
Bernie Sanders
Sanders
%
Votes
57.3%
1,878

Delaware

Donald Trump
Trump
%
Votes
59.1%
2,683
John Kasich
Kasich
%
Votes
23.7%
1,075
Ted Cruz
Cruz
%
Votes
17.2%
779
Hillary Clinton
Clinton
%
Votes
39.1%
1,067
Bernie Sanders
Sanders
%
Votes
60.9%
1,663

Dutchess

Donald Trump
Trump
%
Votes
64.4%
12,447
John Kasich
Kasich
%
Votes
21.7%
4,196
Ted Cruz
Cruz
%
Votes
13.9%
2,681
Hillary Clinton
Clinton
%
Votes
48.5%
11,005
Bernie Sanders
Sanders
%
Votes
51.5%
11,680

Erie

Donald Trump
Trump
%
Votes
65.7%
37,607
John Kasich
Kasich
%
Votes
21.4%
12,245
Ted Cruz
Cruz
%
Votes
13%
7,428
Hillary Clinton
Clinton
%
Votes
50.4%
50,199
Bernie Sanders
Sanders
%
Votes
49.6%
49,387

Essex

Donald Trump
Trump
%
Votes
49.9%
1,796
John Kasich
Kasich
%
Votes
32.9%
1,184
Ted Cruz
Cruz
%
Votes
17.1%
616
Hillary Clinton
Clinton
%
Votes
26.8%
708
Bernie Sanders
Sanders
%
Votes
73.2%
1,932

Franklin

Donald Trump
Trump
%
Votes
55.8%
1,374
John Kasich
Kasich
%
Votes
28.4%
700
Ted Cruz
Cruz
%
Votes
15.8%
390
Hillary Clinton
Clinton
%
Votes
29.1%
961
Bernie Sanders
Sanders
%
Votes
70.9%
2,338

Fulton

Donald Trump
Trump
%
Votes
58%
3,257
John Kasich
Kasich
%
Votes
25.4%
1,429
Ted Cruz
Cruz
%
Votes
16.6%
930
Hillary Clinton
Clinton
%
Votes
38.9%
881
Bernie Sanders
Sanders
%
Votes
61.1%
1,385

Genesee

Donald Trump
Trump
%
Votes
62.5%
3,673
John Kasich
Kasich
%
Votes
21%
1,234
Ted Cruz
Cruz
%
Votes
16.6%
974
Hillary Clinton
Clinton
%
Votes
45.1%
1,262
Bernie Sanders
Sanders
%
Votes
54.9%
1,539

Greene

Donald Trump
Trump
%
Votes
63.8%
2,538
John Kasich
Kasich
%
Votes
20%
794
Ted Cruz
Cruz
%
Votes
16.2%
645
Hillary Clinton
Clinton
%
Votes
42.1%
1,062
Bernie Sanders
Sanders
%
Votes
57.9%
1,458

Hamilton

Donald Trump
Trump
%
Votes
51.3%
501
John Kasich
Kasich
%
Votes
30.4%
297
Ted Cruz
Cruz
%
Votes
18.2%
178
Hillary Clinton
Clinton
%
Votes
36.9%
123
Bernie Sanders
Sanders
%
Votes
63.1%
210

Herkimer

Donald Trump
Trump
%
Votes
58.7%
3,955
John Kasich
Kasich
%
Votes
26.8%
1,802
Ted Cruz
Cruz
%
Votes
14.5%
977
Hillary Clinton
Clinton
%
Votes
44%
1,377
Bernie Sanders
Sanders
%
Votes
56%
1,755

Jefferson

Donald Trump
Trump
%
Votes
56.7%
4,939
John Kasich
Kasich
%
Votes
30.7%
2,676
Ted Cruz
Cruz
%
Votes
12.6%
1,098
Hillary Clinton
Clinton
%
Votes
49.1%
2,379
Bernie Sanders
Sanders
%
Votes
50.9%
2,466

Lewis

Donald Trump
Trump
%
Votes
54.9%
1,559
John Kasich
Kasich
%
Votes
30%
851
Ted Cruz
Cruz
%
Votes
15.1%
429
Hillary Clinton
Clinton
%
Votes
40.9%
449
Bernie Sanders
Sanders
%
Votes
59.1%
648

Livingston

Donald Trump
Trump
%
Votes
56.8%
3,744
John Kasich
Kasich
%
Votes
24.3%
1,603
Ted Cruz
Cruz
%
Votes
18.9%
1,247
Hillary Clinton
Clinton
%
Votes
40.1%
1,611
Bernie Sanders
Sanders
%
Votes
59.9%
2,410

Madison

Donald Trump
Trump
%
Votes
47%
2,968
John Kasich
Kasich
%
Votes
33.3%
2,102
Ted Cruz
Cruz
%
Votes
19.7%
1,245
Hillary Clinton
Clinton
%
Votes
44.5%
1,880
Bernie Sanders
Sanders
%
Votes
55.5%
2,346

Manhattan

Donald Trump
Trump
%
Votes
41.8%
10,393
John Kasich
Kasich
%
Votes
45.2%
11,251
Ted Cruz
Cruz
%
Votes
13%
3,243
Hillary Clinton
Clinton
%
Votes
66.3%
177,496
Bernie Sanders
Sanders
%
Votes
33.7%
90,227

Monroe

Donald Trump
Trump
%
Votes
51.6%
27,055
John Kasich
Kasich
%
Votes
31%
16,246
Ted Cruz
Cruz
%
Votes
17.3%
9,082
Hillary Clinton
Clinton
%
Votes
51.8%
37,309
Bernie Sanders
Sanders
%
Votes
48.2%
34,717

Montgomery

Donald Trump
Trump
%
Votes
55.8%
1,957
John Kasich
Kasich
%
Votes
23.2%
814
Ted Cruz
Cruz
%
Votes
20.9%
734
Hillary Clinton
Clinton
%
Votes
42.1%
1,185
Bernie Sanders
Sanders
%
Votes
57.9%
1,630

Nassau

Donald Trump
Trump
%
Votes
68.4%
66,989
John Kasich
Kasich
%
Votes
22.1%
21,682
Ted Cruz
Cruz
%
Votes
9.5%
9,325
Hillary Clinton
Clinton
%
Votes
62.6%
70,947
Bernie Sanders
Sanders
%
Votes
37.4%
42,301

Niagara

Donald Trump
Trump
%
Votes
67.5%
10,940
John Kasich
Kasich
%
Votes
19%
3,077
Ted Cruz
Cruz
%
Votes
13.6%
2,197
Hillary Clinton
Clinton
%
Votes
46.3%
7,694
Bernie Sanders
Sanders
%
Votes
53.7%
8,916

Oneida

Donald Trump
Trump
%
Votes
56.9%
10,832
John Kasich
Kasich
%
Votes
26.8%
5,108
Ted Cruz
Cruz
%
Votes
16.3%
3,109
Hillary Clinton
Clinton
%
Votes
45.4%
6,054
Bernie Sanders
Sanders
%
Votes
54.6%
7,272

Onondaga

Donald Trump
Trump
%
Votes
45.6%
14,372
John Kasich
Kasich
%
Votes
36.4%
11,486
Ted Cruz
Cruz
%
Votes
18%
5,669
Hillary Clinton
Clinton
%
Votes
53%
20,397
Bernie Sanders
Sanders
%
Votes
47%
18,057

Ontario

Donald Trump
Trump
%
Votes
51.2%
4,122
John Kasich
Kasich
%
Votes
30.2%
2,430
Ted Cruz
Cruz
%
Votes
18.6%
1,500
Hillary Clinton
Clinton
%
Votes
46.2%
2,884
Bernie Sanders
Sanders
%
Votes
53.8%
3,361

Orange

Donald Trump
Trump
%
Votes
69.5%
16,130
John Kasich
Kasich
%
Votes
17.8%
4,135
Ted Cruz
Cruz
%
Votes
12.7%
2,942
Hillary Clinton
Clinton
%
Votes
51.5%
12,239
Bernie Sanders
Sanders
%
Votes
48.5%
11,536

Orleans

Donald Trump
Trump
%
Votes
64.2%
2,532
John Kasich
Kasich
%
Votes
19.2%
757
Ted Cruz
Cruz
%
Votes
16.6%
654
Hillary Clinton
Clinton
%
Votes
42.6%
650
Bernie Sanders
Sanders
%
Votes
57.4%
877

Oswego

Donald Trump
Trump
%
Votes
54.8%
6,151
John Kasich
Kasich
%
Votes
28.2%
3,163
Ted Cruz
Cruz
%
Votes
17%
1,907
Hillary Clinton
Clinton
%
Votes
44.2%
2,424
Bernie Sanders
Sanders
%
Votes
55.8%
3,066

Otsego

Donald Trump
Trump
%
Votes
52%
2,573
John Kasich
Kasich
%
Votes
28.7%
1,422
Ted Cruz
Cruz
%
Votes
19.3%
954
Hillary Clinton
Clinton
%
Votes
40.9%
1,817
Bernie Sanders
Sanders
%
Votes
59.1%
2,623

Putnam

Donald Trump
Trump
%
Votes
70.4%
5,757
John Kasich
Kasich
%
Votes
18.4%
1,509
Ted Cruz
Cruz
%
Votes
11.2%
915
Hillary Clinton
Clinton
%
Votes
49.3%
3,477
Bernie Sanders
Sanders
%
Votes
50.7%
3,573

Queens

Donald Trump
Trump
%
Votes
67.9%
19,165
John Kasich
Kasich
%
Votes
18%
5,080
Ted Cruz
Cruz
%
Votes
14.1%
3,982
Hillary Clinton
Clinton
%
Votes
61.6%
122,386
Bernie Sanders
Sanders
%
Votes
38.4%
76,305

Rensselaer

Donald Trump
Trump
%
Votes
53.2%
4,559
John Kasich
Kasich
%
Votes
29.1%
2,490
Ted Cruz
Cruz
%
Votes
17.7%
1,516
Hillary Clinton
Clinton
%
Votes
41.6%
4,738
Bernie Sanders
Sanders
%
Votes
58.4%
6,649

Rockland

Donald Trump
Trump
%
Votes
62.9%
8,835
John Kasich
Kasich
%
Votes
21.3%
2,991
Ted Cruz
Cruz
%
Votes
15.8%
2,212
Hillary Clinton
Clinton
%
Votes
60.5%
16,966
Bernie Sanders
Sanders
%
Votes
39.5%
11,072

Saint Lawrence

Donald Trump
Trump
%
Votes
55.6%
3,617
John Kasich
Kasich
%
Votes
29.3%
1,905
Ted Cruz
Cruz
%
Votes
15%
978
Hillary Clinton
Clinton
%
Votes
41.1%
2,865
Bernie Sanders
Sanders
%
Votes
58.9%
4,102

Saratoga

Donald Trump
Trump
%
Votes
47.9%
11,204
John Kasich
Kasich
%
Votes
34.1%
7,966
Ted Cruz
Cruz
%
Votes
18%
4,197
Hillary Clinton
Clinton
%
Votes
44.2%
7,206
Bernie Sanders
Sanders
%
Votes
55.8%
9,112

Schenectady

Donald Trump
Trump
%
Votes
47.8%
4,283
John Kasich
Kasich
%
Votes
31.3%
2,802
Ted Cruz
Cruz
%
Votes
20.9%
1,869
Hillary Clinton
Clinton
%
Votes
47.2%
6,146
Bernie Sanders
Sanders
%
Votes
52.8%
6,862

Schoharie

Donald Trump
Trump
%
Votes
54.6%
1,419
John Kasich
Kasich
%
Votes
23%
597
Ted Cruz
Cruz
%
Votes
22.5%
585
Hillary Clinton
Clinton
%
Votes
36.4%
622
Bernie Sanders
Sanders
%
Votes
63.6%
1,088

Schuyler

Donald Trump
Trump
%
Votes
53.5%
938
John Kasich
Kasich
%
Votes
24.6%
431
Ted Cruz
Cruz
%
Votes
21.9%
384
Hillary Clinton
Clinton
%
Votes
37.5%
491
Bernie Sanders
Sanders
%
Votes
62.5%
818

Seneca

Donald Trump
Trump
%
Votes
53.6%
1,516
John Kasich
Kasich
%
Votes
29%
819
Ted Cruz
Cruz
%
Votes
17.4%
491
Hillary Clinton
Clinton
%
Votes
47.2%
1,042
Bernie Sanders
Sanders
%
Votes
52.8%
1,164

Staten Island

Donald Trump
Trump
%
Votes
82.1%
20,263
John Kasich
Kasich
%
Votes
10.1%
2,502
Ted Cruz
Cruz
%
Votes
7.8%
1,923
Hillary Clinton
Clinton
%
Votes
52.9%
16,127
Bernie Sanders
Sanders
%
Votes
47.1%
14,340

Steuben

Donald Trump
Trump
%
Votes
55%
5,957
John Kasich
Kasich
%
Votes
24.1%
2,616
Ted Cruz
Cruz
%
Votes
20.9%
2,261
Hillary Clinton
Clinton
%
Votes
42.1%
1,970
Bernie Sanders
Sanders
%
Votes
57.9%
2,709

Suffolk

Donald Trump
Trump
%
Votes
72.5%
69,379
John Kasich
Kasich
%
Votes
18.5%
17,716
Ted Cruz
Cruz
%
Votes
8.9%
8,548
Hillary Clinton
Clinton
%
Votes
54.7%
49,926
Bernie Sanders
Sanders
%
Votes
45.3%
41,363

Sullivan

Donald Trump
Trump
%
Votes
69%
2,563
John Kasich
Kasich
%
Votes
16.9%
627
Ted Cruz
Cruz
%
Votes
14.2%
526
Hillary Clinton
Clinton
%
Votes
43.9%
2,088
Bernie Sanders
Sanders
%
Votes
56.1%
2,671

Tioga

Donald Trump
Trump
%
Votes
49.9%
2,801
John Kasich
Kasich
%
Votes
26.1%
1,466
Ted Cruz
Cruz
%
Votes
24%
1,347
Hillary Clinton
Clinton
%
Votes
40.3%
1,232
Bernie Sanders
Sanders
%
Votes
59.7%
1,825

Tompkins

Donald Trump
Trump
%
Votes
37.7%
1,723
John Kasich
Kasich
%
Votes
35%
1,601
Ted Cruz
Cruz
%
Votes
27.2%
1,244
Hillary Clinton
Clinton
%
Votes
37.7%
5,625
Bernie Sanders
Sanders
%
Votes
62.3%
9,298

Ulster

Donald Trump
Trump
%
Votes
64.8%
6,042
John Kasich
Kasich
%
Votes
22%
2,050
Ted Cruz
Cruz
%
Votes
13.2%
1,235
Hillary Clinton
Clinton
%
Votes
37.4%
6,927
Bernie Sanders
Sanders
%
Votes
62.6%
11,572

Warren

Donald Trump
Trump
%
Votes
48.8%
3,489
John Kasich
Kasich
%
Votes
36.3%
2,592
Ted Cruz
Cruz
%
Votes
14.9%
1,062
Hillary Clinton
Clinton
%
Votes
38.3%
1,639
Bernie Sanders
Sanders
%
Votes
61.7%
2,637

Washington

Donald Trump
Trump
%
Votes
46.3%
2,337
John Kasich
Kasich
%
Votes
34.5%
1,741
Ted Cruz
Cruz
%
Votes
19.3%
974
Hillary Clinton
Clinton
%
Votes
35.9%
1,167
Bernie Sanders
Sanders
%
Votes
64.1%
2,087

Wayne

Donald Trump
Trump
%
Votes
55.2%
4,285
John Kasich
Kasich
%
Votes
24.8%
1,924
Ted Cruz
Cruz
%
Votes
20%
1,548
Hillary Clinton
Clinton
%
Votes
44.5%
1,859
Bernie Sanders
Sanders
%
Votes
55.5%
2,319

Westchester

Donald Trump
Trump
%
Votes
56.2%
22,958
John Kasich
Kasich
%
Votes
32.4%
13,217
Ted Cruz
Cruz
%
Votes
11.4%
4,647
Hillary Clinton
Clinton
%
Votes
67.4%
69,628
Bernie Sanders
Sanders
%
Votes
32.6%
33,726

Wyoming

Donald Trump
Trump
%
Votes
65.3%
2,668
John Kasich
Kasich
%
Votes
17.2%
703
Ted Cruz
Cruz
%
Votes
17.4%
712
Hillary Clinton
Clinton
%
Votes
39.5%
594
Bernie Sanders
Sanders
%
Votes
60.5%
909

Yates

Donald Trump
Trump
%
Votes
52.6%
1,296
John Kasich
Kasich
%
Votes
32.4%
799
Ted Cruz
Cruz
%
Votes
15%
369
Hillary Clinton
Clinton
%
Votes
45.2%
552
Bernie Sanders
Sanders
%
Votes
54.8%
669
Donald Trump
Trump
48.1%
6,381
54.9%
2,702
67.5%
4,261
64.2%
14,984
49.7%
8,409
57.7%
3,503
49.6%
3,024
54.1%
4,648
50.2%
3,982
51.4%
2,384
54.5%
2,364
57.3%
2,522
44.4%
1,627
59.1%
2,683
64.4%
12,447
65.7%
37,607
49.9%
1,796
55.8%
1,374
58%
3,257
62.5%
3,673
63.8%
2,538
51.3%
501
58.7%
3,955
56.7%
4,939
54.9%
1,559
56.8%
3,744
47%
2,968
41.8%
10,393
51.6%
27,055
55.8%
1,957
68.4%
66,989
67.5%
10,940
56.9%
10,832
45.6%
14,372
51.2%
4,122
69.5%
16,130
64.2%
2,532
54.8%
6,151
52%
2,573
70.4%
5,757
67.9%
19,165
53.2%
4,559
62.9%
8,835
55.6%
3,617
47.9%
11,204
47.8%
4,283
54.6%
1,419
53.5%
938
53.6%
1,516
82.1%
20,263
55%
5,957
72.5%
69,379
69%
2,563
49.9%
2,801
37.7%
1,723
64.8%
6,042
48.8%
3,489
46.3%
2,337
55.2%
4,285
56.2%
22,958
65.3%
2,668
52.6%
1,296
John Kasich
Kasich
35.3%
4,690
22.7%
1,116
16.4%
1,033
16%
3,741
28.5%
4,822
22.3%
1,357
31.8%
1,942
24.4%
2,098
28.3%
2,248
27.1%
1,258
30%
1,300
27.1%
1,194
32.8%
1,202
23.7%
1,075
21.7%
4,196
21.4%
12,245
32.9%
1,184
28.4%
700
25.4%
1,429
21%
1,234
20%
794
30.4%
297
26.8%
1,802
30.7%
2,676
30%
851
24.3%
1,603
33.3%
2,102
45.2%
11,251
31%
16,246
23.2%
814
22.1%
21,682
19%
3,077
26.8%
5,108
36.4%
11,486
30.2%
2,430
17.8%
4,135
19.2%
757
28.2%
3,163
28.7%
1,422
18.4%
1,509
18%
5,080
29.1%
2,490
21.3%
2,991
29.3%
1,905
34.1%
7,966
31.3%
2,802
23%
597
24.6%
431
29%
819
10.1%
2,502
24.1%
2,616
18.5%
17,716
16.9%
627
26.1%
1,466
35%
1,601
22%
2,050
36.3%
2,592
34.5%
1,741
24.8%
1,924
32.4%
13,217
17.2%
703
32.4%
799
Ted Cruz
Cruz
16.6%
2,197
22.4%
1,101
16.2%
1,022
19.7%
4,603
21.8%
3,683
20%
1,214
18.6%
1,136
21.4%
1,838
21.5%
1,703
21.5%
1,000
15.5%
674
15.5%
684
22.9%
838
17.2%
779
13.9%
2,681
13%
7,428
17.1%
616
15.8%
390
16.6%
930
16.6%
974
16.2%
645
18.2%
178
14.5%
977
12.6%
1,098
15.1%
429
18.9%
1,247
19.7%
1,245
13%
3,243
17.3%
9,082
20.9%
734
9.5%
9,325
13.6%
2,197
16.3%
3,109
18%
5,669
18.6%
1,500
12.7%
2,942
16.6%
654
17%
1,907
19.3%
954
11.2%
915
14.1%
3,982
17.7%
1,516
15.8%
2,212
15%
978
18%
4,197
20.9%
1,869
22.5%
585
21.9%
384
17.4%
491
7.8%
1,923
20.9%
2,261
8.9%
8,548
14.2%
526
24%
1,347
27.2%
1,244
13.2%
1,235
14.9%
1,062
19.3%
974
20%
1,548
11.4%
4,647
17.4%
712
15%
369
Hillary Clinton
Clinton
47.5%
18,450
40.5%
762
70%
95,772
60%
174,236
43.4%
7,035
42.1%
1,718
47.3%
2,383
46%
3,483
49.6%
2,520
39.1%
958
26.5%
1,550
42.9%
2,481
42.7%
1,402
39.1%
1,067
48.5%
11,005
50.4%
50,199
26.8%
708
29.1%
961
38.9%
881
45.1%
1,262
42.1%
1,062
36.9%
123
44%
1,377
49.1%
2,379
40.9%
449
40.1%
1,611
44.5%
1,880
66.3%
177,496
51.8%
37,309
42.1%
1,185
62.6%
70,947
46.3%
7,694
45.4%
6,054
53%
20,397
46.2%
2,884
51.5%
12,239
42.6%
650
44.2%
2,424
40.9%
1,817
49.3%
3,477
61.6%
122,386
41.6%
4,738
60.5%
16,966
41.1%
2,865
44.2%
7,206
47.2%
6,146
36.4%
622
37.5%
491
47.2%
1,042
52.9%
16,127
42.1%
1,970
54.7%
49,926
43.9%
2,088
40.3%
1,232
37.7%
5,625
37.4%
6,927
38.3%
1,639
35.9%
1,167
44.5%
1,859
67.4%
69,628
39.5%
594
45.2%
552
Bernie Sanders
Sanders
52.5%
20,422
59.5%
1,119
30%
41,114
40%
116,327
56.6%
9,176
57.9%
2,367
52.7%
2,654
54%
4,081
50.4%
2,564
60.9%
1,494
73.5%
4,301
57.1%
3,302
57.3%
1,878
60.9%
1,663
51.5%
11,680
49.6%
49,387
73.2%
1,932
70.9%
2,338
61.1%
1,385
54.9%
1,539
57.9%
1,458
63.1%
210
56%
1,755
50.9%
2,466
59.1%
648
59.9%
2,410
55.5%
2,346
33.7%
90,227
48.2%
34,717
57.9%
1,630
37.4%
42,301
53.7%
8,916
54.6%
7,272
47%
18,057
53.8%
3,361
48.5%
11,536
57.4%
877
55.8%
3,066
59.1%
2,623
50.7%
3,573
38.4%
76,305
58.4%
6,649
39.5%
11,072
58.9%
4,102
55.8%
9,112
52.8%
6,862
63.6%
1,088
62.5%
818
52.8%
1,164
47.1%
14,340
57.9%
2,709
45.3%
41,363
56.1%
2,671
59.7%
1,825
62.3%
9,298
62.6%
11,572
61.7%
2,637
64.1%
2,087
55.5%
2,319
32.6%
33,726
60.5%
909
54.8%
669

Exit Polls

Filter by Party
Total Respondents

Q: Are you:

Male
56%
Female
44%

Q: In which age group are you?

18-29
10%
30-44
14%
45-64
46%
65 or over
29%

Q: In which age group are you?

18-24
5%
25-29
5%
30-39
9%
40-49
16%
50-64
36%
65 or over
29%

Q: To which age group do you belong?

18-44
24%
45+
76%

Q: Are you:

White
91%
Black
3%
Hispanic/Latino
5%
Asian
0%
Other
0%

Q: Are you:

White
91%
Non-White
9%

Q: Which best describes your education?

High school or less
18%
Some college/assoc. degree
31%
College graduate
28%
Postgraduate study
22%

Q: What was the last grade of school you completed?

College graduate
51%
No college degree
49%

Q: Education by race

White college graduates
46%
White non-college graduates
45%
Non White college graduates
4%
Non White non-college graduates
4%

Q: 2015 total family income:

Under $30,000
12%
$30,000 - $49,999
16%
$50,000 - $99,999
32%
$100,000 - $199,999
30%
$200,000 or more
9%

Q: 2015 total family income:

Under $50,000
28%
$50,000 or more
72%

Q: 2015 total family income:

Under $100,000
60%
$100,000 or more
40%

Q: 2015 total family income:

Under $50,000
28%
$50,000-$99,999
32%
$100,000 or more
40%

Q: No matter how you voted today, do you usually think of yourself as a:

Democrat
3%
Republican
76%
Independent or something else
21%

Q: On most political matters, do you consider yourself:

Very conservative
24%
Somewhat conservative
47%
Moderate
24%
Liberal
5%

Q: On most political matters, do you consider yourself:

Liberal
5%
Moderate
24%
Conservative
71%

Q: On most political matters, do you consider yourself:

Conservative
71%
Moderate or liberal
29%

Q: Would you describe yourself as a born-again or evangelical Christian?

Yes
27%
No
73%

Q: White evangelical or white born-again Christians

White evangelical or white born-again Christian
23%
All others
77%

Q: Which ONE of these four issues is the most important facing the country? (CHECK ONLY ONE)

Immigration
9%
Economy/Jobs
36%
Terrorism
23%
Government spending
28%

Q: Which ONE of these four candidate qualities mattered most in deciding how you voted today? (CHECK ONLY ONE)

Can win in November
11%
Shares my values
26%
Tells it like it is
26%
Can bring needed change
35%

Q: Does Wall Street do more to:

Help the U.S. economy
43%
Hurt the U.S. economy
48%

Q: How worried are you about the direction of the nation's economy in the next few years?

Very worried
64%
Somewhat worried
28%
Not too worried
6%
Not at all worried
1%

Q: How worried are you about the direction of the nation's economy in the next few years?

Very or somewhat worried
92%
Not too or not at all worried
8%

Q: Should most illegal immigrants working in the United States be:

Offered a chance to apply for legal status
57%
Deported to the country they came from
38%

Q: How do you feel about temporarily banning Muslims who are not U.S. citizens from entering the U.S.?

Support
68%
Oppose
28%

Q: Which best describes your feelings about the way the federal government is working?

Enthusiastic
1%
Satisfied, but not enthusiastic
9%
Dissatisfied, but not angry
47%
Angry
40%

Q: Which best describes your feelings about the way the federal government is working?

Enthusiastic or satisfied
10%
Dissatisfied or angry
88%

Q: Would you like the next president to:

Have experience in politics
33%
Be from outside the political establishment
64%

Q: Was your vote for president mainly:

For your candidate
71%
Against his opponents
27%

Q: If Ted Cruz is elected president, which best describes your feelings about what he would do in office?

Excited
5%
Optimistic
32%
Concerned
40%
Scared
19%

Q: If Ted Cruz is elected president, which best describes your feelings about what he would do in office?

Excited or optimistic
37%
Concerned or scared
59%

Q: If John Kasich is elected president, which best describes your feelings about what he would do in office?

Excited
9%
Optimistic
40%
Concerned
34%
Scared
13%

Q: If John Kasich is elected president, which best describes your feelings about what he would do in office?

Excited or optimistic
49%
Concerned or scared
48%

Q: If Donald Trump is elected president, which best describes your feelings about what he would do in office?

Excited
35%
Optimistic
27%
Concerned
14%
Scared
22%

Q: If Donald Trump is elected president, which best describes your feelings about what he would do in office?

Excited or optimistic
62%
Concerned or scared
36%

Q: If Ted Cruz is the Republican nominee in November, would you:

Not vote for him
41%
Probably vote for him
33%
Definitely vote for him
25%

Q: If John Kasich is the Republican nominee in November, would you:

Not vote for him
27%
Probably vote for him
34%
Definitely vote for him
37%

Q: If Donald Trump is the Republican nominee in November, would you:

Not vote for him
24%
Probably vote for him
18%
Definitely vote for him
56%

Q: Who would have the best chance to defeat Hillary Clinton in November?

Ted Cruz
12%
John Kasich
25%
Donald Trump
57%

Q: If no one wins a majority of the delegates before the convention, should the party nominate the candidate:

With the most votes in the primaries
68%
Who the delegates think would be the best nominee
28%

Q: Has the Republican campaign mostly:

Energized the Republican Party
36%
Divided the Republican Party
59%

Q: When did you finally decide for whom to vote in the presidential primary?

Just today
12%
In the last few days
9%
Sometime last week
5%
In the last month
19%
Before that
55%

Q: Time: Last few days/Earlier than that

Last few days
22%
Earlier than that
78%

Q: Time: Last week/Earlier than that

In the last week
27%
Earlier than that
73%

Q: Are you:

Male
41%
Female
59%

Q: In which age group are you?

18-29
18%
30-44
24%
45-64
39%
65 or over
19%

Q: In which age group are you?

18-24
7%
25-29
10%
30-39
18%
40-49
13%
50-64
32%
65 or over
19%

Q: To which age group do you belong?

18-44
41%
45+
59%

Q: Are you:

White
59%
Black
22%
Hispanic/Latino
14%
Asian
2%
Other
3%

Q: Are you:

White
59%
Non-White
41%

Q: Sex by race

White men
25%
White women
34%
Black men
8%
Black women
14%
Latino men
6%
Latino women
8%
All other races
5%

Q: Which best describes your education?

High school or less
15%
Some college/assoc. degree
27%
College graduate
32%
Postgraduate study
26%

Q: What was the last grade of school you completed?

College graduate
58%
No college degree
42%

Q: Education by race

White college graduates
40%
White non-college graduates
20%
Non White college graduates
18%
Non White non-college graduates
22%

Q: 2015 total family income:

Under $30,000
19%
$30,000 - $49,999
20%
$50,000 - $99,999
31%
$100,000 - $199,999
23%
$200,000 or more
7%

Q: 2015 total family income:

Under $50,000
39%
$50,000 or more
61%

Q: 2015 total family income:

Under $100,000
70%
$100,000 or more
30%

Q: 2015 total family income:

Under $50,000
39%
$50,000-$99,999
31%
$100,000 or more
30%

Q: No matter how you voted today, do you usually think of yourself as a:

Democrat
83%
Republican
3%
Independent or something else
14%

Q: On most political matters, do you consider yourself:

Very liberal
29%
Somewhat liberal
37%
Moderate
29%
Conservative
5%

Q: On most political matters, do you consider yourself:

Liberal
66%
Moderate
29%
Conservative
5%

Q: On most political matters, do you consider yourself:

Liberal
66%
Moderate or conservative
34%

Q: Does anyone in your household belong to a labor union?

Yes
35%
No
65%

Q: Are you currently married?

Yes
52%
No
48%

Q: Gender by marital status

Married men
23%
Married women
28%
Non-married men
18%
Non-married women
31%

Q: Religion, combined Protestant and other Christian

Protestant or other Christian
29%
Catholic
26%
Jewish
12%
Something else
9%
None
25%

Q: Which ONE of these four issues is the most important facing the country? (CHECK ONLY ONE)

Health care
18%
Economy/Jobs
38%
Terrorism
15%
Income inequality
26%

Q: Which ONE of these four candidate qualities mattered most in deciding how you voted today? (CHECK ONLY ONE)

Can win in November
12%
Cares about people like me
25%
Honest and trustworthy
26%
Has the right experience
34%

Q: Which candidate would do the better job handling gun policy?

Hillary Clinton
60%
Bernie Sanders
36%

Q: Should the next president:

Generally continue Barack Obama's policies
52%
Change to more liberal policies
32%
Change to less liberal policies
11%

Q: In the last few years, have race relations in this country:

Gotten better
13%
Stayed about the same
37%
Gotten worse
48%

Q: Which ONE of these candidates do you think ran the more unfair campaign? (CHECK ONLY ONE)

Hillary Clinton
46%
Bernie Sanders
34%

Q: Overall, would you say trade with other countries:

Creates more U.S. jobs
43%
Takes away U.S. jobs
37%
Has no effect on U.S. jobs
13%

Q: Does Wall Street do more to:

Help the U.S. economy
30%
Hurt the U.S. economy
63%

Q: How worried are you about the direction of the nation's economy in the next few years?

Very worried
47%
Somewhat worried
40%
Not too worried
10%
Not at all worried
2%

Q: How worried are you about the direction of the nation's economy in the next few years?

Very or somewhat worried
87%
Not too or not at all worried
13%

Q: Do you think Hillary Clinton is honest and trustworthy?

Yes
60%
No
36%

Q: Do you think Bernie Sanders is honest and trustworthy?

Yes
81%
No
14%

Q: If Hillary Clinton is elected president, which best describes your feelings about what she would do in office?

Excited
23%
Optimistic
43%
Concerned
25%
Scared
8%

Q: If Hillary Clinton is elected president, which best describes your feelings about what she would do in office?

Excited or optimistic
66%
Concerned or scared
32%

Q: If Bernie Sanders is elected president, which best describes your feelings about what he would do in office?

Excited
23%
Optimistic
35%
Concerned
28%
Scared
11%

Q: If Bernie Sanders is elected president, which best describes your feelings about what he would do in office?

Excited or optimistic
58%
Concerned or scared
39%

Q: If Hillary Clinton is the Democratic nominee in November, would you:

Not vote for her
14%
Probably vote for her
20%
Definitely vote for her
65%

Q: If Bernie Sanders is the Democratic nominee in November, would you:

Not vote for him
19%
Probably vote for him
22%
Definitely vote for him
57%

Q: Which candidate inspires you more about the future of the country?

Hillary Clinton
53%
Bernie Sanders
45%

Q: Who would have the better chance to defeat Donald Trump in November?

Hillary Clinton
65%
Bernie Sanders
31%

Q: No matter how you voted today, who do you think will be the Democratic nominee?

Hillary Clinton
73%
Bernie Sanders
25%

Q: Who do you think would make the best commander in chief?

Hillary Clinton
59%
Bernie Sanders
38%

Q: Has the Democratic campaign mostly:

Energized the Democratic Party
66%
Divided the Democratic Party
30%

Q: When did you finally decide for whom to vote in the presidential primary?

Just today
10%
In the last few days
8%
Sometime last week
5%
In the last month
12%
Before that
64%

Q: Time: Last few days/Earlier than that

Last few days
18%
Earlier than that
82%

Q: Time: Last week/Earlier than that

In the last week
23%
Earlier than that
76%

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