Majority of Voters in NH Primary Were Not Republicans

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Exit polling shows the majority of Republicans voting are not Republicans. Independents and Democrats can vote in the Republican primary. Fifty-three percent of the voters in the Republican primary identify mostly as Independents but also as Democrats. Most Independents in New Hampshire vote Democrat.

In the previous primary, 55% of Republicans voted, 3% were Democrats, and 42% were Independents.

Democrats switched parties to vote for Nikki Haley but won’t vote for her in the general. New Hampshire allows voters to switch parties up to the election so they can vote in any primary. It’s the stupidest idea.

Democrats were voting in the Republican primary, but they will vote for Democrats in the general election.


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The Prisoner
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The Prisoner
1 month ago

Haley is a cheater in general, including with her husband. Her staff actively sought democrat votes. She also wants to cheat America with her policies.

sam
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sam
1 month ago

If a majority of voters in NH were Independents & Democrats, and Trump got 55% of the total vote, that suggests that some of those Independents & Democrats voted for Trump.

John Vieira
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John Vieira
1 month ago

Demoncraps have adopted the Art of Deception…lying, conniving, cheating, etc., as their ‘raison d’ etre’

Peter B. Prange
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Peter B. Prange
1 month ago
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On the mark. They live in a subjective reality without truth.

Peter B. Prange
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Peter B. Prange
1 month ago

So much for New Hampshire primaries having any national meaning.
The Governor is corrupt, is the legislature also?

Last edited 1 month ago by Peter B. Prange