With about 30 percent of the results in in Iowa, Hillary Clinton looks to have a healthy 52—48 lead over Bernie Sanders. That suggests an older crowd has showed up to caucus, as entrance polls showed as many as 91 percent of those under 30 declaring their support for Sanders.
Wow. "Sanders is doing extremely well among younger people. He is getting the support of 85 percent of those under 30."
— Rich Lowry (@RichLowry) February 2, 2016
— RNC (@rncmall) February 2, 2016
Sanders getting 91% of under 30 voters according to entrance polls. Hillary got 70% seniors. #IowaTODAY
— Scott Onestak (@ScottOnestak) February 2, 2016
Fox News entrance poll – caveats! caveats! – says Sanders has 91% of the under-30 vote.
— Daniel Dale (@ddale8) February 2, 2016
— Abby Huntsman (@HuntsmanAbby) February 2, 2016
Sanders is leading the polls 91-8 by voters under the age of 30. That really says something….that millennials are fucking idiots..
— Ray Denaro (@R_Denaro) February 2, 2016
Kinda surprised at the under 30'ers. Where do u think sanders is going to get the money for all the free stuff? FROM YOU!!!
— Lisa #NeverTrump (@elkay101) February 2, 2016
Sanders getting majority votes of those under 30. Their parents must be so proud. #IowaCaucus
— Tiffany Parrish (@tiffparrish) February 2, 2016
On the other side of the pendulum, Hillary Clinton just can’t seem to secure the support of young feminists, no matter how many pop singers and celebrities she can talk into campaigning for her.