HILLARY STRUGGLES: To Gain the Women Vote in New Hampshire

Screen Shot 2016-02-08 at 10.30.39 AMThis is perfect. The very demographic Hillary expected to be handed over to her is not singing her praises.

Hillary Clinton has struggled to win over female voters in New Hampshire and trails her competitor for the Democratic nomination, Sen. Bernie Sanders (I., Vt.), among this demographic.

Sanders currently leads Clinton among female likely Democratic primary voters in New Hampshire by five percentage points, according to a University of Massachusetts Lowell/7 News poll released Monday, one day before the Democratic primary there.

Fifty-one percent of female Democrats in the state support Sanders, while 46 percent back Clinton; only one percent remains undecided. Among all likely primary voters, Sanders bests Clinton by 16 points, the survey shows.

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