Election 2016

Watch: How Hillary Clinton Rolled to a Landslide Victory in South Carolina

Clinton had the support of nine in 10 black voters in a lopsided win.

With all precincts reporting, Hillary Clinton racked up a huge win in South Carolina's Democratic primary with 73.5% of the vote to Bernie Sanders' 26%. The AP reports that "Hillary Clinton overwhelmed Bernie Sanders in Saturday's South Carolina primary, drawing staggering support from the state's black Democrats and seizing an increasingly strong position as the presidential race barrels toward Super Tuesday's crucial contests.

Clinton's lopsided win — she led by 48 points with nearly all precincts counted — provided an important boost for her campaign and a moment to wipe away bitter memories of her loss to Barack Obama in South Carolina eight years ago. She won the support of nearly nine in 10 black voters, crucial Democratic backers who abandoned her for Obama in 2008.

Watch the video below for a quick summary of how Hillary Clinton pulled it off:


How Hillary Clinton Won in South Carolina by alternetvideo

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