Numbers don’t lie, and so far the voter turn out statistics have spoken volumes this year. When compared to 2012 GOP voter turnout, 2016 numbers are up by over 60%. That translates to close to 5 million more GOP voters than Democrats. That has to have the Dems worried.
thegatewaypundit.com reports: 12,452,500 GOP voters turned out in the 2012 primaries up to and including New York state.
21,171,541 GOP voters turned out in the 2016 primaries up to and including New York state.
Hillary Clinton has received 10,517,761 votes this year.
Socialist Bernie Sanders has received 7,845,069 votes by promising free stuff.
Therefore – 4,808,711 or nearly 5 million more Republicans have voted in the 2016 primaries compared to Democrats.