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2016 Tennessee Democratic primary

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Tennessee Democratic primary, 2016

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Hillary Clinton by Gage Skidmore 2.jpg
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Candidate Hillary Clinton Bernie Sanders
Home state New York Vermont
Delegate count 44 23
Popular vote 245,930 120,800
Percentage 66.07% 32.45%

Tennessee Democratic Presidential Primary Election Results by County, 2016.svg
Election results by county
  Hillary Clinton
  Bernie Sanders

The 2016 Tennessee Democratic primary took place on March 1 in the U.S. state of Tennessee as one of the Democratic Party's primaries ahead of the 2016 presidential election.

On the same day, dubbed "Super Tuesday," Democratic primaries were held in ten other states plus American Samoa, while the Republican Party held primaries in eleven states including their own Tennessee primary.

Opinion polling

Poll source Date 1st 2nd 3rd Other
Primary results March 1, 2016 Hillary Clinton
66.1%
Bernie Sanders
32.5%
Others / Uncommitted
1.5%
SurveyMonkey[1]

Margin of error: ?
Sample size: 533

February 22–29, 2016 Hillary Clinton
54%
Bernie Sanders
37%
Others / Undecided
9%
NBC/WSJ/Marist[2]

Margin of error: ± 3.8
Sample size: 405

February 22–25, 2016 Hillary Clinton
60%
Bernie Sanders
34%
Other
6%
Public Policy Polling[3]

Margin of error: ± 4.4
Sample size: 500

February 14–16, 2016 Hillary Clinton
58%
Bernie Sanders
32%
Vanderbilt/PSRA

Margin of error: 6.7%
Sample size: 346

November 11–23, 2015 Hillary Clinton
48%
Bernie Sanders
28%
Martin O'Malley
3%
Undecided 10%, Other 5%, Wouldn't Vote 4%
MTSU[4]

Margin of error: ± 4%
Sample size: 603

October 25–27, 2015 Hillary Clinton
44%
Bernie Sanders 16% Don't know 25%

Results

Primary date: March 1, 2016
National delegates: 75

Tennessee Democratic primary, March 1, 2016
Candidate Popular vote Estimated delegates
Count Percentage Pledged Unpledged Total
Hillary Clinton 245,930 66.07% 44 7 51
Bernie Sanders 120,800 32.45% 23 0 23
Martin O'Malley (withdrawn) 2,025 0.54%
Uncommitted 3,467 0.93% 0 1 1
Total 372,222 100% 67 8 75
Source: The Green Papers

Results by county

County[5] Clinton Votes Sanders Votes
Anderson 54.7% 2,328 43.4% 1,845
Bedford 67.8% 1,208 29.3% 523
Benton 63.5% 560 32.5% 287
Bledsoe 60.7% 398 32.8% 215
Blount 53.1% 2,736 45.8% 2,362
Bradley 55.2% 1,644 43.7% 1,302
Campbell 66.7% 656 30.7% 302
Cannon 64.5% 439 32.0% 218
Carroll 67.6% 721 28.8% 307
Carter 47.6% 774 51.0% 828
Cheatham 56.2% 1,065 42.2% 801
Chester 69.0% 342 28.8% 143
Claiborne 61.7% 544 35.4% 312
Clay 70.9% 270 27.0% 103
Cocke 55.6% 436 43.3% 361
Coffee 62.5% 1,503 34.6% 831
Crockett 78.5% 424 19.1% 103
Cumberland 57.8% 1,312 39.1% 888
Davidson 65.3% 43,691 33.8% 22,620
Decatur 67.5% 330 26.8% 131
DeKalb 69.1% 641 30.9% 286
Dickson 67.1% 1,497 31.2% 696
Dyer 71.5% 822 26.5% 304
Fayette 84.1% 2,003 15.2% 362
Fentress 63.2% 352 34.3% 191
Franklin 64.8% 1,590 33.0% 809
Gibson 76.8% 1,549 21.2% 427
Giles 73.2% 915 25.2% 315
Grainger 61.1% 283 25.2% 164
Greene 53.4% 1,079 44.2% 892
Grundy 64.8% 445 29.7% 204
Hamblen 56.5% 951 40.5% 682
Hamilton 64.4% 15,598 34.7% 8,411
Hancock 53.7% 80 44.3% 66
Hardeman 87.7% 1,721 11.5% 225
Hardin 70.7% 591 27.4% 229
Hawkins 58.7% 906 38.0% 587
Haywood 88.6% 1,197 10.6% 143
Henderson 68.9% 443 29.7% 191
Henry 66.2% 957 30.0% 434
Hickman 60.9% 543 36.2% 323
Houston 67.1% 320 29.6% 141
Humphreys 67.7% 737 30.5% 332
Jackson 65.3% 407 31.5% 196
Jefferson 54.2% 735 43.6% 592
Johnson 51.6% 245 46.9% 223
Knox 51.0% 13,137 47.9% 12,334
Lake 77.8% 186 19.7% 47
Lauderdale 82.9% 1,035 15.5% 194
Lawrence 53.6% 1,332 35.9% 893
Lewis 49.2% 232 48.3% 228
Lincoln 67.3% 728 30.3% 328
Loudon 60.5% 1,026 37.6% 638
Macon 65.2% 343 32.1% 169
Madison 80.7% 4,351 18.5% 999
Marion 62.0% 1,046 33.0% 559
Marshall 67.4% 838 30.9% 384
Maury 63.6% 2,366 35.1% 1,305
McMinn 60.8% 1,027 36.6% 619
McNairy 74.5% 719 23.7% 229
Meigs 66.3% 354 30.3% 162
Monroe 63.6% 1,232 30.8% 596
Montgomery 65.2% 5,555 33.2% 2,833
Moore 65.1% 209 29.0% 93
Morgan 58.7% 356 37.1% 225
Obion 65.3% 760 29.7% 345
Overton 59.1% 885 31.9% 477
Perry 65.0% 215 32.6% 108
Pickett 75.6% 214 22.6% 64
Polk 47.9% 757 35.2% 557
Putnam 51.9% 1,916 45.9% 1,692
Rhea 57.6% 503 37.9% 331
Roane 60.1% 1,454 37.9% 916
Robertson 68.5% 1,918 29.5% 827
Rutherford 57.2% 8,243 41.7% 6,016
Scott 58.3% 273 38.5% 180
Sequatchie 56.1% 273 42.3% 206
Sevier 49.4% 1,259 48.6% 1,241
Shelby 80.1% 66,465 19.3% 15,985
Smith 70.6% 654 27.3% 253
Stewart 66.0% 527 30.6% 244
Sullivan 54.1% 2,653 43.9% 2,153
Sumner 64.3% 4,225 34.4% 2,262
Tipton 71.1% 1,454 28.1% 574
Trousdale 72.5% 321 25.5% 113
Unicoi 46.0% 244 51.3% 272
Union 60.1% 316 37.3% 196
Van Buren 67.6% 242 26.8% 96
Warren 64.3% 1,318 32.7% 671
Washington 45.8% 2,444 53.1% 2,833
Wayne 63.0% 208 34.2% 113
Weakley 63.2% 860 33.2% 452
White 60.6% 688 35.3% 401
Williamson 60.3% 6,055 39.0% 3,911
Wilson 64.1% 3,873 34.8% 2,102
Total 66.1% 245,304 32.4% 120,333

Analysis

Clinton swept Tennessee, winning the primary in a 34-point-routing over Bernie Sanders. The intensity of her victory in the primary was delivered by African American voters, who comprised 32% of the electorate and backed Clinton over Sanders by a margin of 89-10. Clinton also won the white vote 57-42. Clinton swept all income levels and educational attainment levels in Tennessee. And though Sanders won the youth vote, Clinton won among voters over the age of 45 by a margin of 78-21.

Her strong support among African American voters handed Clinton an 82-18 showing in the Memphis area. She also won in Nashville 66-33, in Central Tennessee 66-35, and in Eastern Tennessee which is whiter and considered to be an extension of Appalachia by a margin of 58-42.[6]

References

  1. ^ "Trump's Lead Looks Steady in Run-Up to Super Tuesday". Retrieved 2016-03-01.
  2. ^ "Polls: Trump, Clinton Ahead in Super Tuesday States".
  3. ^ "Subject: Clinton leads in 10 of 12 Early March Primaries; Benefits From Overwhelming Black Support" (PDF).
  4. ^ "Carson leads the presidential field in Tennessee, but many still unsure, and more oppose than favor other top candidates". mtsupoll.org.
  5. ^ "2016 Election Center". CNN. Retrieved June 4, 2018.
  6. ^ "2016 Election Center". CNN. Retrieved 2016-10-18.
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