Barack Obama won South Carolina's Democratic Presidential Primary by an overwhelming margin on Saturday.
As expected, Obama won overwhelming among African-American voters and also picked up a reasonable share of the white vote. Exit polls showed that Obama defeated Hillary Clinton 80% to 18% among African-Americans (the final Rasmussen Reports poll of the race showed Obama leading 68% to 16% among African-Americans).
This is similar to the national dynamics as support for Clinton and Obama breaks down along gender and racial lines.
John Edwards and Clinton each attracted 38% of white voters in South Carolina while Obama picked up 24%.
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