Trump’s New Hampshire Vote Crushes Obama’s 2012 Numbers
Donald Trump won the Republican New Hampshire primary on Tuesday night — a rather unremarkable feat given his lack of any real competition.
Trump has received 124,000 votes with nearly 98 percent of precincts reporting. In 2012, another incumbent president, Barack Obama, received just 49,000 votes.
You don’t think Democrats are worried?
The final numbers aren’t in yet, but it’s clear Trump won more than 100,000 votes among Republican and independent voters. That’s more than double the roughly 49,000 that President Barack Obama won among Democratic voters in New Hampshire’s 2012 primary when he ran