Hillary: Entrance polls on Latino vote not ‘particularly accurate’
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Democratic primary front-runner Hillary ClintonHillary Rodham ClintonHannity on attempted advertiser boycott: 'Nobody tells me what to say on my show' Overnight Cybersecurity: Bad Russian intel may have swayed Comey's handling of Clinton probe | Apple sees spike in data requests | More subpoenas for Flynn | DOJ's plan for data warrants Budowsky: GOP summer of scandal MORE on Sunday questioned the accuracy of entrance polls that showed her losing the Latino vote in Saturday’s Nevada caucuses.

“You know, that’s just not what our analysis shows, number one,” Clinton said on CNN’s “State of the Union.” “We don’t believe that the so-called ‘entry polls’ were particularly accurate.”

Clinton pointed to her “broad-based” strength across the state.

“If you look at the precincts, you look at where we dominated, there’s a lot of evidence we did very, very well with every group of voter,” she said. “We did well and better than we thought in rural areas, which I was very happy to hear. We held our own up in Reno.”

“So it was a broad-based turnout, and we dominated of course in Clark County, where Las Vegas is,” she added.

The former secretary of State said she will convince voters that she’s not just “in it for herself.”

“I think there’s an underlying question that maybe is really in the back of people’s minds, and that is, you know, ‘Is she in it for us, or is she in it for herself?’ I think that’s, you know, a question that people are trying to sort through,” she said.

“And I’m going to demonstrate that I’ve always been the same person fighting for the same values, fighting to make a difference in people’s lives.”