caption-Hillary-Clinton-didn’t-need-much-help-from-rural-voters-in-her-3-to-1-victory-over-Vermont-Senator-Bernie-Sanders-in-Saturday’s-South-Carolina-presidential-primary.-But-she-got-it-anyway.-Former-Secretary-of-State-Clinton-won-each-of-South-Carolina’s-46-counties-in-the-Democratic-primary.-Her-landslide-lead-among-metropolitan-voters-71-to-29-only-got-bigger-as-the-contest-moved-to-the-states-small-cities-and-rural-areas.-In-micropolitan-counties-counties-with-a-city-of-between-10000-and-50000-residents-she-won-by-a-margin-of-more-than-4-to-1.-And-in-the-state’s-most-rural-counties-her-advantage-grew-to-nearly-7-to-1.-The-South-Carolina-primary-was-the-first-southern-contest-for-Democrats.-Southern-voters-become-a-much-more-prominent-part-of-the-contest-this-week-on-Super-Tuesday-when-more-than-a-dozen-states-hold-their-primaries-or-caucuses.-About-half-of-those-states-are-in-the-South.-Turnout-for-the-2016-South-Carolina-contest-was-off-by-a-third-from-the-2008-primary-the-last-time-there-was-a-contested-Democratic-presidential-primary-in-the-Palmetto-State.-That-year-then-Senator-Barack-Obama-beat-Clinton-by-a-margin-of-2-to-1-en-route-to-winning-the-Democratic-nomination-and-the-White-House

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