Noticeable distinction between vote totals by State in Democratic primaries 2016

Note: Wikipedia is keeping an accurate record of primary votes and other data for the 2016 Presidential election. The following has been retrieved from that source: Mar. 19th, 2016 which shows a distinct regionalism in votes cast, where Clinton wins high percentages in the “Old South” region, and Sanders equals or wins elsewhere. Also that Clinton wins more votes in States that voted Republican in 2012, while Sanders wins more in Democratic States. 

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States leaning heavily toward Clinton in Primary Votes: (Clinton votes/Sanders votes)
Alabama – 405.66% (R)
Louisiana – 306.76% (R)
American Samoa – 265.57% (R)
Arkansas – 222.87% (R)
South Carolina -282.89% -(R)
Georgia – 253.35% (R)
Florida – 193.39% (D)
Tennessee – 203.85% (R)
Texas – 196.61% (R)
Virginia – 182.7% (D)
North Carolina – 133.82 (R)
Ohio – 132.32% (D)

States leaning heavily toward Sanders in Primary Votes: (Sanders votes/Clinton votes)
Vermont – 632.00% (D)
Kansas – 210.04% (R)
New Hampshire – 159.14% (D)
Colorado – 146.04% (D)
Minnesota – 161.05% (D)
Oklahoma – 124.92% (R)
Maine – 180.83% (D)

States within 5% difference between candidates in Primary Votes
Iowa – less than 5% (R)
Massachusetts – less than 5% (R)
Michigan – less than 5% (R)
Illinois – less than 5% (D)
Missouri – less than 5% (R)

Note: the tailing (R) or (D) denotes how the State voted in the 2012 Presidential Election

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