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GOP Primary Turnout Up 62%, Dem Primary Turnout Down 21% This Year

 
 
 
 
 
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This ought to keep Democrats up late at night.

Despite the constant negative press by the liberal media, Republicans are coming off a historic primary season.

Donald Trump continues to fill stadiums across the country like this capacity crowd in Bangor, Maine last week.

Republican turnout was up 62% this year.
Democratic turnout was down 21% this year.

Despite her tight race with Socialist Bernie Sanders Hillary Clinton received 1,019,237 fewer votes this year than in 2008.

REPUBLICAN PARTY TURNOUT
** In 2008 there were 38,111,341 Democrat votes in the primary. In 2016 there were 29,939,251. A net decrease of 8,172,090 (-21%)

DEMOCRAT PARTY TURNOUT
** In 2012 there were 19,214,513 Republican votes in primary. In 2016 there were 31,108,968. A net increase of 11,894,455 (+62%)

Republicans had more than 1.1 million primary voters this year than the Democratic party.
These are stunning numbers!

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  • enriqueferro

    This is what happened as a result of so much voter suppression enforced by the DNC to rig the primary on Clinton’s behalf. And without Sanders, the turn out would have been minuscule, as Hillary was unable to get large audiences.

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