Examine the entrails. Roll dem bones. Read the tea leaves.
Trump received more than 31,000 votes in the Iowa caucus, surpassing the 25,000 Democrats who turned out during Barack Obama’s successful 2012 reelection bid. Trump’s share was more than four times the number of Republicans who caucused during George W. Bush’s 2004 reelection campaign.
The vote totals in New Hampshire were even starker. The president received 129,696 votes, more than doubling Obama and Bush’s totals.
While it’s unclear what the figures might portend for the general election
Really? Massive primary turnout when there’s no contest is one of those ambiguous and inexplicable things. Who can know what it portends except the, you know, massive turnout part.
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