Presidential hopeful Hillary Clinton’s support from women and Latino voters is dwindling, according to exit polls of voters in Tuesday’s Virginia and Maryland primaries.
Her rival Barack Obama won a surprising 60 percent of the vote among women in both states. Among Hispanic voters, once considered solid for Clinton, Obama outpaced Hillary by six percent points in Virginia and Maryland.
Obama scored his highest percentage of African-American voters to date, wining nearly 90 percent of that voting bloc in each state, according to CNN.
The only demographic Hillary won was white women, who chose her by 10 points over Obama in Virginia and 13 points in Maryland. But exit polls revealed that her edge among white women on Super Tuesday had been 25 points overall.
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