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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE                         October 26, 2015


Download PDF : Opinion Poll Results for First CNN Democratic Debate October 2015


Vote.us.org Releases Survey Results for first CNN Democratic Debate October 2015

Vote.us.org conducted online polls during October 13-25, 2015 to identify democrat views and trends for 2016 presidential election. The sample includes 5,301 adult American self-identified democrat males between ages of 18-32 from all over United States. The results of the comparative data, gathered and analyzed by Vote.us.org, indicates sharply clear preferences and trends as to who emerged winner from the first CNN Democrat Presidential Debate.


Results from the survey indicate that:


Bernie Sanders won the first CNN democratic debate




Vote.us.org poll finds Bernie Sanders leading among the self-identified democrat males aged between 18 and 32.
Bernie Sanders89.9%
Hillary Clinton`6.6%
Jim Webb1.5%
Martin O Malley1.0%
Lincoln Chafee1.0%





Distribution of Bernie Sanders support in different states among self-identified democrat males between the ages of 18 and 32.
California12.7%
Newyork`8.1%
Texas6.6%
Illinois5.9%
Florida4.8%
Pennsylvania `4.6%





Distribution of Hillary Clinton support in different states among self-identified democrat males between the ages of 18 and 32.
Newyork`10.4%
California9.7%
Texas4.8%
Florida4.8%
Pennsylvania `4.8%
Illinois4.5%
Virginia4.1%
Connecticut>3.7%





Distribution of Bernie Sanders supporters in states of Iowa, New Hampshire, South Carolina, Nevada among self-identified democrat males between the ages of 18 and 32.
Iowa33.6%
Nevada29.1%
South Carolina20.0%
New Hampshire17.3%





Distribution of Hillary Clinton supporters in states of Iowa, New Hampshire, South Carolina, Nevada among self-identified democrat males between the ages of 18 and 32.
Iowa37.5%
Nevada25.0%
South Carolina25.0%
New Hampshire12.5%





Distribution of Bernie Sanders supporters in New York State among self-identified democrat males between the ages of 18 and 32.

New York37.5%
Brooklyn8.3%
Hamilton8.3%
Binghamton4.2%
Bronx4.2%





Distribution of Hillary Clinton supporters in New York State among self-identified democrat males between the ages of 18 and 32.

New York37.5%
Brooklyn8.3%
Hamilton8.3%
Binghamton4.2%
Bronx4.2%





Distribution of Bernie Sanders supporters in states of Iowa, among self-identified democrat males between the ages of 18 and 32.

Ames22.2%
Des Moines22.2%
Ankeny16.7%
Cedar Rapids11.1%
Clear Lake5.6%
Davenport5.6%
Decorah5.6%
Fort Dodge5.6%








 


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