(CNN) - A majority of Puerto Rican voters have strong ties to the U.S. mainland and particularly to New York, according to CNN's exit polls.
Nearly 60 percent said they've lived on the mainland at one time, and 78 percent reported having family members who lived in New York, a fact that clearly advantages Clinton.
I will never vote for Puerto Rico to be a state.
Puerto RIcians are tough people and they know a strong person when they see on – that would be Clinton – not dependent Obama.
But they're not of the U.S. so WHY are they voting in our elections?
I would not have thought
Why is no one posting comments in here? Could it be that no one cares about PR's vote? Like someone else said – it's the largest welfare state and with their status (not a state) they don't have to contribute anything to pay for it.
Nice deal, if you can have it.