1) Sanders beat Clinton with voters aged 17 to 29 by an insane 84 percent to 14 percent, and 30 to 44 year olds by a narrower but still substantial 58 percent to 37 percent. It’s true that the results of primaries and caucuses don’t necessarily carry over to the general election. But this wide of a gap has to be concerning given that come November, she’ll have to turn out these voters in large numbers.
2) Among those who said that “honest and trustworthy” was the candidate quality that mattered to them most, Sanders won 83 percent to 10 percent. As Clinton’s use of a private email server while secretary of state continues to produce new revelations, the fact that she’s viewed this way among a Democratic electorate is not a good sign.