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February 28, 2016 -- 367,000 Democrats bothered to vote in Saturday's presidential primary election. That down about 26 percent from 2008 when 532,000 pariticipated.

Many Democrats apparently presume Hillary Clinton will be the nominee and see no reason to vote. 


Democrats have seen a 26 percent decrease in the number of voters and caucusgoers who have showed up to the polls this year compared to 2008, when the party last had a competitive primary race.

Feb 28, 2016 11:18 PM

Interestingly enough, that steep decline is the inverse of the spike in Republican turnout this cycle compared to 2012, when Mitt Romney earned the party’s nomination.

Clinton routed Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders in South Carolina on Saturday, winning 74 percent of the vote to Sanders’ 26 percent. While the huge margin of victory is good news for Clinton — polls had her winning, but more narrowly — the overall voter turnout must set off alarms for her campaign, as well as for the Democratic party. Whereas 532,000 South Carolina Democrats voted in 2008, only 367,000 showed up Saturday.

That’s a 31 percent decline.

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  1. I read that of that number, a record no. of blacks came out to vote for Clinton, more than in 2008. That doesn't make sense put aside these lower overall turnout figures.
    It was on the NYT I read this, who are completely batting for the shrew.