Democratic primary by Congressional District

The deeper the blue, the higher the percentage for Hillary Clinton. The deeper the yellow, the higher the percentage for Bernie Sanders.

Democratic primary by county

The deeper the blue, the higher the percentage for Hillary Clinton. The deeper the yellow, the higher the percentage for Bernie Sanders.

Republican primary by Congressional District

The deeper the red, the higher the percentage for Donald Trump. The deeper the yellow, the higher the percentage for John Kasich and Ted Cruz combined.

Republican primary by county

The deeper the red, the higher the percentage for Donald Trump. The deeper the yellow, the higher the percentage for John Kasich and Ted Cruz combined.

New York presidential primary 2016 results

presidential primary results Cap Region map clips

Clips from the maps of results for the Democratic (left) and Republican primaries by Congressional District.

Originally published Wednesday 9:30 am. Updated Wednesday at 11:30 am.

Here's a quick scan of (unofficial) results from the New York presidential primaries on Tuesday:

+ In the Democratic primary, Hillary Clinton beat Bernie Sanders statewide 58-42. That resulted in Clinton winning the state's delegates 139-108.

+ In the Republican primary, Donald Trump beat John Kasich and Ted Cruz 60-25-15. That results in Trump picking up 90 delegates and Kasich 5 delegates.

After the jump there are clickable maps of the results by Congressional District (delegates are apportioned by those districts) and counties. The maps highlight some clear differences across the state, like the fact that Bernie Sanders did well upstate.

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Maps and tables are above in large format -- click or scroll all the way up.

A few things

Sanders upstate
The map below shows Bernie Sanders's vote percentages around the state (the opaque counties are counties he won). Sanders did well upstate*. In fact, if upstate was its own state, Sanders would have taken the state 53-47.

It's just that he lost downstate 37-63 to Clinton. And downstate represented about 70 percent of the votes cast in the Democratic primary.

*In this case "upstate" is everywhere that's not Rockland and Westerchester counties and south.

Kasich support
The map below shows John Kasich's vote percentages around the state. He won a single county, New York (that's Manhattan). But he did relatively well in a few other counties, especially in the larger metro areas upstate.

Capital Region
Here's the breakout for the Capital Region core:

+ Bernie Sanders came out ahead of Hillary Clinton 54-46, with Sanders winning each of the four counties.

+ Donald Trump came out ahead of John Kasich and Ted Cruz 49-33-18. Though Trump won a majority in just one county, Rensselaer at 53 percent.

Comments

This is this best compilation of primary results I've seen so far. Most importantly showing the results by Congressional District. Many people/sites have focused on county results which skews perception. Thx.

Fascinating! Can't get enough of this!!

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