Hillary Clinton Rejected by Young Voters That Helped Carry Obama to White House

— WASHINGTON TIMES FLORENCE, S.C. — Hillary Clinton’s commanding lead in this Southern state doesn’t include young voters, who have consistently rejected the front-runner for the Democratic nomination and prevented her from rebuilding the coalition that carried Barack Obama to the White House in 2008.

Mrs. Clinton has assembled other fragments of the Obama coalition: black voters, Hispanic voters and women. But voters younger than 45 mostly remain skeptical of the former secretary of state and have moved in droves to support Sen. Bernard Sanders, a self-proclaimed democratic socialist from Vermont.

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