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NY Primary: County results from around FLX

While Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump scored big wins in the New York Presidential Primary on Tuesday, the two took completely different paths to reach the end result.Trump defeated expectations by delivering a massive victory – grabbing nearly all of the 95 delegates up for grabs in New York Primary. As of midnight – the expectation was that he would grab around 90 delegates. His performance pushes his cause forward, making the case further that he is the one to beat. Despite other candidates attempts to minimize his campaign efforts. Sen. Ted Cruz saw an abysmal evening, being significantly outperformed by Gov. John Kasich.Clinton won big in New York, but her path was not one of complete electoral map dominance like Trump’s. Rather, it was a victory driven by urban areas in New York. She won most of her votes in and around New York City, while she would win just three counties in Upstate New York. Erie, Monroe, and Onondaga granted Clinton victories, while every other county in Upstate, including the Finger Lakes gave Bernie Sanders victories. Ultimately though, the locations where Sanders won just were not populated enough to carry that momentum throughout New York.Primary Results from around the Finger LakesCayugaDemocraticBernie Sanders: 2,654 – 52.7%Hillary Clinton: 2,383 – 47.3%RepublicanDonald Trump: 3,024 – 49.6%John Kasich: 1,942 – 31.8%Ted Cruz: 1,136 – 18.6%CortlandDemocraticBernie Sanders: 1,878 – 57.3%Hillary Clinton: 1,402 – 42.7%RepublicanDonald Trump: 1,627 – 44.4%John Kasich: 1,202 – 32.8%Ted Cruz: 838 – 22.9%ChemungDemocraticBernie Sanders: 2,564 – 50.4%Hillary Clinton: 2,520 – 49.6%RepublicanDonald Trump: 3,982 – 50.2%John Kasich: 2,248 – 28.3%Ted Cruz: 1,703 – 21.5%MonroeDemocraticHillary Clinton: 37,125 – 51.8%Bernie Sanders: 34,554 – 48.2%RepublicanDonald Trump: 26,918 – 51.6%John Kasich: 16,186 – 31%Ted Cruz: 9.054 – 17.4%OntarioDemocraticBernie Sanders: 3361 – 53.8%Hillary Clinton: 2,884 – 46.2%RepublicanDonald Trump: 4,122 – 50.3% John Kasich: 2,430 – 29.6%Ted Cruz: 1,500 – 18.3%Ben Carson: 141 – 1.8%OnondagaDemocraticHillary Clinton: 20,397 – 53%Bernie Sanders: 18,057 – 47%RepublicanDonald Trump: 14,372 – 45.6%John Kasich: 11,486 – 36.4%Ted Cruz: 5,669 – 18.0SchuylerDemocraticBernie Sanders: 818 – 62.5%Hillary Clinton: 491 – 37.5%RepublicanDonald Trump: 938 – 53.5%John Kasich: 431 – 24.6%Ted Cruz: 384 – 21.9%SenecaDemocraticBernie Sanders: 1,164 – 52.77% Hillary Clinton: 1,042 – 47.23%RepublicanDonald Trump: 1,516 – 52.68%John Kasich: 819 – 28.46%Ted Cruz: 491 – 17.06%Ben Carson: 52 – 1.81%TompkinsDemocraticBernie Sanders: 9,298 – 62.3%Hillary Clinton: 5,625 – 37.7%RepublicanDonald Trump: 1,671 – 37.9%John Kasich: 1,537 – 34.8%Ted Cruz: 1,206 – 27.3%WayneDemocraticBernie Sanders: 2,319 – 55.5%Hillary Clinton: 1,859 – 44.5%RepublicanDonald Trump: 4,285 – 55.2%John Kasich: 1,924 – 24.8%Ted Cruz: 1,548 – 20%YatesDemocraticBernie Sanders: 669 – 54.8%Hillary Clinton: 552 – 45.2%RepublicanDonald Trump: 1,296 – 52.6%John Kasich: 799 – 32.4%Ted Cruz: 369 – 15%This week’s edition of Politics FLX will look at some other numbers coming out of the New York Presidential Primary – like exit polling and turnout figures compared to other years.

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