NBC News reports:
One out of every 10 people voting in today’s presidential primaries identifies as lesbian, gay, bisexual or transgender, according to the NBC News Exit Poll conducted in 12 of the 14 Super Tuesday states across the country.
Reflecting changing generational attitudes about sexuality and gender identity, LGBT Democratic voters are substantially younger than today’s electorate as a whole. A third of LGBT people voting on Super Tuesday are younger than 30 years old, while 65 percent of the LGBT voters today are under 45.
LGBT Super Tuesday voters are a strikingly liberal group: Exactly half of LGBT voters today call themselves “very liberal” and another 30 percent say they are “somewhat liberal.” Just 4 percent of LGBT Democratic voters say they are conservative.
BREAKING: According to the NBC News Exit Poll, Bernie Sanders was the pick of over 40 percent of LGBT #SuperTuesday voters, with Elizabeth Warren a distant second at 22 percent.
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