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The South Carolina Primary Map

Monday, January 23, 2012

Patchwork Nation director, Dante Chinni, analyzes how the South Carolina primary vote broke down by demographics. Check out the Patchwork Nation results map below, and read more analysis from Dante Chinni here.

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Comments [4]

Jack Jackson from Central New Jersey

@MartinC--

Mr. McCaine took the overall 'white' vote in 2008. Then white group that Obama won was the Under-30's. As BL pointed out, there are not a lot of Black Republican voters - but there are a lot more of them in SC than you would expect - in South Carolina.

Jan. 23 2012 11:22 AM
"nyce" from NYC

Ging' did other interviews this past Sunday - I'm dismayed at the level of "Meet the Press" NBC promotions inserted into the conversation.

Is BL Show getting a cut of some sort from these people? Some of the questions the BL Show raised were addressed in those "other interviews" on non-nbc stations.

It's not all just MTP on nbc. As much as we all admire David Gregory's hair.

Jan. 23 2012 10:37 AM
Martin Chuzzlewit from Manhattan

I'm tired of hearing about race-based voting in the South.
The most racially narrow group in 2008 blacks.
Obama would never have gotten elected witout whites.
Please.

Jan. 23 2012 10:37 AM
tom from astoria

While you guys in the "national establishment" have been focusing on the Republican race, President Obama has been trying out his ideas for the State of the Union -- and the campaign. I just heard it at the Apollo the other night: Referring to the Republican vision of America THAT"S NOT WHO WE ARE" (favoring the privileged few over the many). Obama also went through Republican presidents from Lincoln to Eisenhower and pointed out how they invested in AMerica in good times and bad. REBUILD AMERICA, "we did it for GM" we did it by helping Americans with health care...etc

Jan. 23 2012 10:34 AM

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