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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.

** 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%)

** 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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