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2016 Mississippi Democratic primary

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Mississippi Democratic primary, 2016

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Candidate Hillary Clinton Bernie Sanders
Home state New York Vermont
Delegate count 31 5
Popular vote 187,334 37,748
Percentage 82.47% 16.62%

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Election results by county.
  Hillary Clinton

The 2016 Mississippi Democratic primary took place on March 8 in the U.S. state of Mississippi as one of the Democratic Party's primaries ahead of the 2016 presidential election.

On the same day, the Democratic Party held a second primary in Michigan, while the Republican Party held primaries in four states, including their own Mississippi primary.

Opinion polling

Poll source Date 1st 2nd Other
Official Primary results March 8, 2016 Hillary Clinton
82.5%
Bernie Sanders
16.6%
Others / Uncommitted
0.9%
Magellan Strategies[1]

Margin of error: ±4.5%
Sample size: 471

February 29, 2016 Hillary Clinton
65%
Bernie Sanders
11%
Others / Undecided
24%
Public Policy Polling[2]

Margin of error: ± 4.3
Sample size: 514

February 14–16, 2016 Hillary Clinton
60%
Bernie Sanders
26%

Results

Mississippi Democratic primary, March 8, 2016
Candidate Popular vote Estimated delegates
Count Percentage Pledged Unpledged Total
Hillary Clinton 187,334 82.47% 31 3 34
Bernie Sanders 37,748 16.62% 5 2 7
Willie Wilson 919 0.40%
Martin O'Malley (withdrawn) 672 0.30%
Rocky De La Fuente 481 0.21%
Write-in 10 0.00%
Total 227,164 100% 36 5 41
Source: The Green Papers, Mississippi Secretary of State

Results by county

County[3] Clinton Votes Sanders Votes
Adams 86.7% 3,013 12.6% 438
Alcorn 70.8% 809 26.4% 302
Amite 89.0% 1,212 9.3% 127
Attala 87.7% 1,519 11.3% 195
Benton 85.2% 557 14.2% 93
Bolivar 85.4% 3,029 13.9% 493
Calhoun 84.9% 748 13.6% 120
Carroll 90.0% 828 8.9% 82
Chickasaw 83.1% 1,398 15.6% 263
Choctaw 83.9% 517 15.1% 93
Claiborne 90.3% 1,411 9.0% 141
Clarke 86.3% 1,044 12.5% 151
Clay 86.0% 2,372 12.7% 351
Coahoma 82.3% 2,301 15.8% 442
Copiah 88.2% 3,373 10.7% 411
Covington 88.2% 1,356 10.7% 164
DeSoto 73.3% 5,420 26.3% 1,940
Forrest 73.1% 3,708 26.1% 1,323
Franklin 84.1% 701 14.4% 120
George 72.1% 349 25.2% 122
Greene 84.0% 374 13.7% 61
Grenada 86.0% 1,634 12.9% 245
Hancock 62.0% 893 36.8% 531
Harrison 74.3% 6,886 25.0% 2,313
Hinds 84.1% 31,386 15.3% 5,723
Holmes 92.9% 3,301 6.5% 231
Humphreys 94.2% 2,894 4.4% 134
Humphreys 88.4% 175 10.1% 20
Itawamba 69.2% 377 27.7% 151
Jackson 76.1% 4,811 22.9% 1,448
Jasper 89.6% 1,976 9.2% 203
Jefferson 89.0% 1,550 10.1% 175
Jefferson Davis 89.2% 1,806 9.4% 190
Jones 83.5% 2,681 15.9% 510
Kemper 89.2% 1,008 9.4% 106
Lafayette 64.3% 2,451 35.0% 1,336
Lamar 72.5% 1,464 27.5% 544
Lauderdale 83.5% 3,306 15.6% 619
Lawrence 85.0% 1,112 13.7% 179
Leake 85.4% 1,614 13.8% 260
Lee 76.9% 3,020 22.5% 884
LeFlore 90.4% 2,094 9.5% 219
Lincoln 85.1% 1,817 14.5% 309
Lowndes 82.4% 4,030 17.3% 846
Madison 83.4% 7,414 16.1% 1,434
Marion 87.5% 1,539 11.5% 202
Marshall 88.7% 3,361 10.2% 386
Monroe 84.9% 1,913 13.8% 311
Montgomery 89.0% 953 10.2% 109
Neshoba 78.1% 929 20.9% 248
Newton 83.5% 1,000 15.2% 182
Noxubee 90.5% 1,397 8.7% 134
Oktibbeha 75.8% 2,389 23.5% 739
Panola 85.8% 3,061 13.4% 479
Pearl River 72.4% 974 26.2% 352
Perry 82.7% 401 15.9% 77
Pike 86.5% 2,870 12.8% 425
Pontotoc 71.2% 733 26.3% 271
Prentiss 71.0% 681 26.2% 251
Quitman 85.3% 986 12.3% 142
Rankin 77.1% 4,689 22.3% 1,356
Scott 85.5% 2,013 13.1% 309
Sharkey 91.4% 645 8.1% 57
Simpson 85.3% 1,855 13.5% 294
Smith 81.4% 712 16.8% 147
Stone 77.5% 544 20.5% 144
Sunflower 87.8% 2,332 11.3% 299
Tallahatchie 87.4% 1,341 10.8% 166
Tate 85.1% 1,435 14.4% 242
Tippah 74.9% 575 22.4% 172
Tishomingo 61.3% 361 33.4% 197
Tunica 77.4% 904 18.8% 220
Union 71.3% 593 26.8% 223
Walthall 88.5% 1,111 10.5% 132
Warren 84.4% 3,463 14.9% 612
Washington 87.7% 2,982 12.0% 409
Wayne 83.8% 1,441 14.6% 251
Webster 81.9% 397 16.3% 79
Wilkinson 93.4% 1,269 5.1% 69
Winston 86.3% 1,442 12.1% 202
Yalobusha 84.2% 1,214 14.9% 215
Yazoo 90.8% 2,203 8.4% 203
Total 82.5% 187,334 16.6% 37,748

Analysis

After losing badly in Mississippi to Barack Obama eight years earlier, Hillary Clinton managed a 66-point routing against Bernie Sanders in the state in 2016. She carried all counties and won across all demographics, income levels and educational attainment levels. The key to Clinton's success, however, was an 89-11 showing among African American voters, who made up 71% of the Democratic electorate in the state.[4]

Mississippi gave Clinton her largest win in any state during the 2016 primaries.[5]

After his landslide defeat, the Sanders campaign reported that Hillary Clinton had notched wins in southern states including Mississippi because Bernie Sanders did not compete with her, although this claim was widely debunked.[6]

References

  1. ^ "MISSISSIPPI 2016 PRESIDENTIAL PRIMARY SURVEY TOPLINES" (PDF). Retrieved 2016-03-02.
  2. ^ "Subject: Clinton leads in 10 of 12 Early March Primaries; Benefits From Overwhelming Black Support" (PDF).
  3. ^ http://www.sos.ms.gov/Elections-Voting/Pages/2016-Democratic-Primary.aspx
  4. ^ "2016 Election Center". CNN. Retrieved 2016-09-24.
  5. ^ Jeff Simon, Vanessa Yurkevich and Contessa Gayles. "Southern liberals have a fondness for Hillary Clinton". CNN. Retrieved 2016-09-24.
  6. ^ "Sanders campaign rewrites history of Super Tuesday losses". Retrieved 2016-08-07.
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