View ABC News’ Live South Carolina Democratic Primary Exit Poll Analysis

Democratic Primary graphic
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New York (ABC News) – Saturday’s primary is the first to test the Democratic candidates’ popularity among a large number of black voters.

Preliminary exit poll results indicate that blacks account for 6 in 10 South Carolina Democratic primary voters, possibly on pace to break the state’s record, 55 percent in 2008 – more than in any other state that year.

Blacks this year made up 13 percent of voters in Nevada, where Clinton won them by an overwhelming 76-22 percent; 2 percent in New Hampshire; and 3 percent in Iowa.

To View ABC News’ live South Carolina Democratic Primary exit poll analysis, click here.

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