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LiberalFighter

(50,093 posts)
Fri Apr 29, 2016, 03:30 PM Apr 2016

Democratic - Republican Primary Vote Comparisons

Democratic Primary Popular Votes
2016: 21,708,003 * 12,255,888 (Clinton)
2012: 8,844,760 * 8,044,659 (Obama)
2008: 37,170,231 * 17,584,692 (Obama)
2004: 16,535,823 * 10,045,891 (Kerry)
2000: 14,013,416 * 10,642,105 (Gore)

Republican Primary Popular Votes
2016: 25,535,872 * 10,125,402 (Trump)
2012: 19,272,346 * 10,048,134 (Romney)
2008: 20,613,585 * 9,615,533 (McCain)
2004: 8,008,070 * 7,853,863 (Bush)
2000: 19,519,539 * 12,089,564 (Bush)


== First column of votes consist of totals of all candidates in primary ==

Information courtesy of The Green Papers
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Democratic - Republican Primary Vote Comparisons (Original Post) LiberalFighter Apr 2016 OP
Wow - LOOK at 2008 for the Dems - BlueMTexpat Apr 2016 #1
Someone in GDP tried to say Trump had more popular votes than Hillary Yo_Mama_Been_Loggin Apr 2016 #2

BlueMTexpat

(15,331 posts)
1. Wow - LOOK at 2008 for the Dems -
Fri Apr 29, 2016, 05:14 PM
Apr 2016

almost twice as many as for the Repubbies!

In 2016 - where are all those new voters that Bernie is supposed to be bringing in?

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