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Map: How LA Voted in the Democratic Primary by District

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Last week we created a map showing primary election results by county in California and today we'll break it down further.

Below is a map with a headshot of the winning candidate in the center (more or less) of each district. Click on each placemarker to see that district's results.

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Hillary Clinton beat Barack Obama by a similar margin in LA County as she did in the state, and by significantly greater margins in districts with large Latino populations. Barack Obama won only three of the 18 districts within LA County -- all by an average of nearly 15 percentage points -- showing significant support in three large districts in central and South LA. In fact, of the 18 districts in LA County, only 1 was decided by less than 5 percentage points: Clinton 50-47 in District 30 (Beverly Hills, Santa Monica, Malibu, Calabasas and points west).

A Map of Los Angeles County with district boundaries overlay (tweak layer opacity to see beneath):

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