Sanders wins young votes, Clinton older voters in NY exit polls
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Hillary ClintonHillary Diane Rodham ClintonFBI’s top lawyer believed Hillary Clinton should face charges, but was talked out of it Harris adds key Clinton aide, women of color to 2020 campaign: report Democrats more likely Trump's foil, than to foil Trump MORE overwhelming won among older voters and Bernie SandersBernard (Bernie) SandersBernie Sanders to sign pledge affirming he will run as a Democrat Overnight Health Care — Presented by National Taxpayers Union — Drug pricing fight centers on insulin | Florida governor working with Trump to import cheaper drugs | Dems blast proposed ObamaCare changes Hillicon Valley: Microsoft reveals new Russian hack attempts | Google failed to disclose hidden microphone | Booker makes late HQ2 bid | Conservative group targets Ocasio-Cortez over Amazon MORE was by far the more popular among younger voters in the New York presidential primary Tuesday night, according to CNN exit polls.

Clinton, who is expected to win the Empire State in the Democratic race, won 70 percent of voters over the age of 65, according to CNN's exit poll.
 
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The race was still too close to call when CNN released the exit polls around 9 p.m.
 
Sanders cleaned up among younger voters, the exit poll found. He took 72 percent of voters ages 18-29, with Clinton winning 28 percent of the youth demographic, according to CNN.
 
The generational divide between Clinton and Sanders has been a trend throughout the primary season. Older supporters — who tend to vote in higher numbers than younger people — have helped the former secretary of State stay ahead of the Vermont senator, who has had larger, younger and more enthusiastic crowds.