2016 Election: Who Voted for Who?

2016 Election: Who Voted for Who?

Lillian Tollison

Lily Tollison, Editor and Chief

This election has been a windy ride, but the results are in: Donald Trump will be the next President of the United States of America. Between the new wave of young voters, old voters, white and nonwhite voters, a small percentage of them took an exit poll to project how different groups of people voted, according to cnn.com.

Gender-

Males: 41 percent Clinton, 53 percent Trump and 6 percent other or none.

Females: 54 percent Clinton, 42 percent Trump and 4 percent other or none.

Age-

18-29: 55 percent Clinton, 37 percent Trump, 8 percent other or none.

30-44: 50 percent Clinton, 42 percent Trump, 8 percent other or none.

45-65: 44 percent Clinton, 53 percent Trump, 3 percent other or none.

65 and older: 45 percent Clinton, 53 percent Trump, 2 percent other none.

Race-

White: 37 percent Clinton, 58 percent Trump, 5 percent other or none.

Black: 88 percent Clinton, 8 percent Trump, 4 percent other or none.

Latino: 65 percent Clinton, 29 percent Trump, 6 percent other or none.

Asian: 65 percent Clinton, 29 percent Trump, 6 percent other or none.

Other race: 56 percent Clinton, 37 percent Trump, 7 percent other or none.