(1) Ron Paul won 47 percent of voters 18 to 29, 32 percent of voters 30 to 44, 19 percent of voters 45 to 64, and 12 percent of voters over 65.
(2) Ron Paul won 47 percent of voters 18 to 29 and 35 percent of voters 30 to 39.
(3) Ron Paul won 31 percent of voters who make under $50,000 a year.
(4) Ron Paul won 40 percent of voters who had never participated in a New Hampshire Republican Primary.
(5) Ron Paul won 24 percent of voters who are Democrats, 32 percent of voters who are Democrats, and 16 percent who are Republicans. 41 percent of Democrats voted for Huntsman.
(6) Ron Paul won 3 percent of registered Independents and 15 percent of registered Republicans.
(7) Ron Paul won 33 percent of “somewhat liberal” voters and 24 percent of “moderate” voters.
(8) Ron Paul won 26 percent of voters who “strongly support” the Tea Party. 50 percent of voters who “strongly oppose” the Tea Party voted for Huntsman.
(9) Ron Paul won 22 percent of voters who support the Tea Party and 20 percent of voters who are “neutral” on the Tea Party. 40 percent of voters who support the Tea Party went for Romney. Huntsman won 40 percent of voters who oppose the Tea Party.
(10) Ron Paul won 22 percent of voters who are Evangelical Christians and 24 percent of voters who are not Evangelical Christians. Rick Santorum won 23 percent of Evangelical Christians.
(11) Ron Paul and Mitt Romney won 33 percent and 34 percent of voters who are most concerned about the budget deficit. Rick Santorum won 44 percent of the abortion voters.
(12) Ron Paul won 42 percent of voters who are voting for the “true conservative” and 40 percent of “strong moral character” voters.
(13) Ron Paul won 32 percent of vote4s who are most concerned about “issues.”
(14) Jon Huntsman won 40 percent of voters who are “satisfied” with the Obama administration. Chris Matthews endorsed Huntsman. He won 27 percent of voters who are “dissatisfied” with the Republican candidates.
(15) Ron Paul’s voters are overwhelmingly unsatisfied with Mitt Romney and Newt Gingrich and Rick Santorum.
(16) Ron Paul won 33 percent of voters who have an “unfavorable” view of John McCain.
(17) Ron Paul’s voters are 27 percent urban, 22 percent suburban, and 25 percent rural.
Jon Huntsman finished in third place because Democrats who dislike the Tea Party and who are “satisfied” with Obama turned out to vote for him. Ron Paul’s voters are Independents, young people, and people who are voting for a “true conservative” who are motivated by the budget deficit.
Note: A vote for Ron Paul is effectively a vote against BRA because freedom is racist. It is also a vote for a candidate who voted against the Voting Rights Act and who opposes the Civil Rights Act of 1964.
It is a vote to nullify the efficacy of being called a “racist” and an “anti-Semite” which can only be a good thing. It is a vote for “The Day The EBT Card Quits Working.”