The Atlas Project's Weekly Spotlight email for the week of March 21st to March 25th, 2016
Primary and caucus results from last night did not yield any surprises. The Atlas Project has broken down last night’s results in Arizona, Utah, and Idaho with key takeaways and geographic analysis.
The Democratic and Republican presidential nominating contests came to a head Tuesday night as primary voters made their way to the polls in a series of high-profile, delegate-rich states. The Atlas Project is back to break it all down with our signature state-by-state analysis of the exit polls*, and geographic breakdowns (including results by media market).
Results from the Democratic primaries in Michigan and Mississippi and the Republican primaries in Michigan, Mississippi, Idaho and the Hawaii caucus failed to dislodge Hillary Clinton or Donald Trump as their parties’ frontrunners.
Real surprises were few and far between on Super Tuesday as Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump both grew their delegate leads over their respective rivals and cemented themselves as clear frontrunners for the Democratic and Republican presidential nominations. The Atlas Project has broken it all down: national takeaways, state-by-state analysis of the exit polls* and geographic trends, and media-market level results in every major Super Tuesday state.