(CNN) - It was a clean sweep for Hillary Clinton in Puerto Rico in every demographic group, even those groups that are usually firmly in Barack Obama's camp.
The Illinois senator usually wins among males, young voters, those who attended college, and those with higher incomes.
But in the Puerto Rico primary, Clinton won 70 percent of the male vote, 65 percent of voters under 30, 70 percent of voters who attended college, and 66 percent of voters with an income of over $50,000.
Clinton also performed strongly among those demographic groups that have long constituted the backbone of her base.
She won 70 percent of female voters, 77 percent of those over 65, 69 percent who did not attend college, and 71 percent of voters with an income of $15,000 or less.
Senator Hillary Rodham Clinton is The Peoples Choice
The Inclusive Choice
Electable in the General Election
The Peoples Choice
It is Not Over
We still do not have a nominee.
On to Denver
Why is everyone missing the obvious. Hillary is not a Vice President, She would serve the greater good as Secratary of State and she has the relationships with those abroad the Barrack does not. I am quite suprised that no ne has thought of this or if they have not mentioned it.
Hey Democrat –
It's a shame people like you think that "teaching the DNC a lesson" is more important than the lives of US troops in Iraq, the economy, health care, and reproductive rights. When the US is hurting in 4 years after a third Bush term, you and your like will be blaming Obama – because you voted for McCain?
wake up people – Democrat in '08
too bad that this will not change the super del' s minds to swing to obama.
dems deserve to lose and i'm a dem!
All these disgusting spoiled brats saying they will jump ship and vote for McCain if Obama wins the elections need to get a serious reality check. I guess they want four more years of Bush, corruption, war, failure.
Shame on HIllary for dragging it out long enough to generate this kind of division in the party.
Congrats Senator Clinton. Now, can we have Unity?
where is Clinton going with her win?
The only count in this race is delegate.
How can you say clean sweep, when only 20% went to vote. The other 60% stayed on the beach, why go and spend a beautifull day voting when our vote does nonot count in November. So Hillary I guess you did not get the 2 million you wanted from the people of Puerto Rico, to show the popular vote lead that your math shows.
She lost the election but won Puerto Rico.
Please remember we are voting for the Democratic party.
Voting for McCain will be signing our demise ...
No more war, power and greed please!!!!
OK, CONGRATS ON A GREAT WIN HILLARY.......
NOW CAN WE PLEASE UNITE...EVERYBODY GET ON
THE OBAMA GENERAL ELECTION TRAIN.
I CAN'T WAIT FOR THE 1ST DEBATE SO OBAMA CAN RIP INTO MCCAIN.
MCCAIN IS WAY TO EASY.....ITS LIKE TAKING CANDY FROM A BABY ....
TALKIN ABOUT AN EMPTY SUIT.....IF YOUR NOT TALKIN ABOUT WAR YOU HAVE NOTHING NOTHING NOTHING TO SAY
MCCAIN YOU MAY THINK YOUR FLAG IS BIGGER BUT IT HAS THE SAME AMOUNT OF STRIPES AND STARS AS OBAMA'S.
YOUR NO BETTER .......JUST AN OLD WAR HAPPY VET WHO THINKS HE'S ENTITLED TO THE OVAL OFFICE.......(LMAO)
MOVE OVER KARL, RUSS,AND CNN LET THE FREAKIN GAMES BEGIN.
PLEASE LEAVE YOUR LAME CAMPAIGN SMEARS HOME, ITS TIME TO PLAY A GROWN UP'S GAME.
Hillary the smart choice 2008 and 2012! :)
Go ahead and make BO the Dem candidate and lose.
McCain is a good second choice after you squeeze out Hillary! Much better than the far left fringe candidate Obama!
Hillary congrats! Now you give a victory dance and go home. This is a nice exit point for you. Of course, we will love to see you next time.
She's the stronger candidate for the general election.
THIS PROVES WHO THE STRONGER CANDIDATE IS!!!!!
GO HILLARY GO!!!!!!