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2016 New Mexico Democratic primary

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New Mexico Democratic primary, 2016

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Candidate Hillary Clinton Bernie Sanders
Home state New York Vermont
Delegate count 18 16
Popular vote 111,334[1] 104,741
Percentage 51.53% 48.47%

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Election results by county.
  Hillary Clinton
  Bernie Sanders

The 2016 New Mexico Democratic primary was held on June 7 in the U.S. state of New Mexico as one of the Democratic Party's primaries ahead of the 2016 presidential election.

The Democratic Party's primaries in California, Montana, New Jersey and South Dakota were scheduled to be held the same day, as were the Republican primaries in the same five states, including their own New Mexico primary. Additionally, the Democratic Party held the North Dakota caucuses the same day.

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Contents

Opinion polling

Poll source Date 1st 2nd Other
Official Primary Results June 7, 2016 Hillary Clinton
51.5%
Bernie Sanders
48.5%
BWD Global[2]

Margin of error: ± 2.5%
Sample size: 1,455

May 25-26, 2016 Hillary Clinton
53%
Bernie Sanders
28%
Others / Undecided
19%
Albuquerque Journal[3]

Margin of error: ± 4.9%
Sample size: 401

February 23–25, 2016 Hillary Clinton
47%
Bernie Sanders
33%
Others / Undecided
20%

Results

New Mexico Democratic primary, June 7, 2016
Candidate Popular vote Estimated delegates
Count Percentage Pledged Unpledged Total
Hillary Clinton 111,334 51.53% 18 9 27
Bernie Sanders 104,741 48.47% 16 0 16
Uncommitted N/A 0 0 0
Total 216,075 100% 34 9 43
Source: The Green Papers, New Mexico State Board of Elections,
New Mexico Democratic Delegates Allocation

Results by county

County[4] Clinton Votes Sanders Votes
Bernalillo 49.1% 36,937 50.9% 38,247
Catron 38.6% 115 61.4% 183
Chaves 56.6% 1,238 43.4% 950
Cibola 51.5% 1,586 48.5% 1,494
Colfax 56.2% 949 43.8% 740
Curry 46.7% 672 53.3% 768
De Baca 45.7% 96 54.3% 114
Dona Ana 55.7% 9,097 44.3% 7,243
Eddy 53.9% 1,566 46.1% 1,340
Grant 50.1% 2,272 49.9% 2,267
Guadalupe 54.7% 399 45.3% 330
Harding 62.0% 75 38.0% 46
Hidalgo 61.5% 515 38.5% 323
Lea 52.0% 705 48.0% 651
Lincoln 49.4% 515 50.6% 527
Los Alamos 50.4% 1,424 49.4% 1,404
Luna 56.2% 917 43.8% 714
McKinley 59.1% 4,761 40.9% 3,299
Mora 62.1% 986 37.9% 603
Otero 52.7% 1,324 47.3% 1,190
Quay 51.5% 473 48.5% 445
Rio Arriba 60.2% 4,915 39.8% 3,252
Roosevelt 41.8% 281 58.2% 392
Sandoval 51.7% 7,448 48.3% 6,958
San Juan 52.5% 3,019 47.5% 2,735
San Miguel 59.4% 3,418 40.6% 2,341
Santa Fe 50.6% 16,087 49.4% 15,703
Sierra 43.0% 400 57.0% 530
Socorro 50.6% 1,050 49.4% 1,024
Taos 43.2% 3,285 56.8% 4,325
Torrance 49.9% 649 50.1% 651
Union 44.8% 154 55.2% 190
Valencia 52.1% 3,123 48.0% 2,877
Total 51.53% 111,334 48.47% 104,741

Analysis

Clinton managed a 3-point-win in New Mexico, thanks to support from majority non-white areas such as Doña Ana County which contains the city of Las Cruces and is majority Hispanic/Latino, as well as McKinley and San Juan which are largely Native American and include parts of the Navajo Nation and the Apache Nation. Clinton also won in Santa Fe. Sanders, meanwhile, won by a narrow margin in Albuquerque and thus held Clinton to a fairly narrow margin statewide.

References

  1. ^ New Mexico State Board of Elections - Official Primary Results
  2. ^ "NEW MEXICO DEMOCRATIC PRIMARY LIKELY VOTER SURVEY PRESIDENTIAL PRIMARY RACE". BWD Global. May 30, 2016. Retrieved June 5, 2016.
  3. ^ "Journal Poll: Clinton leads among NM Dems".
  4. ^ "2016 Election Center". CNN. Retrieved June 4, 2018.
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