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Fox News has new entrance poll results to share from the Democratic caucuses in Nevada.

Answers are, of course, are subject to change inside - but based on the results, Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders are locked in a tight race.

Here’s an idea of what we’re seeing on the way in.


Nevada’s strong union worker population appears to be split between Clinton and Sanders.


Clinton may be getting a greater share of women voters than Sanders.


Unsurprisingly, Bernie Sanders looks to be nabbing the young vote.


The Vermont senator may also be leading Clinton with first-time caucus-goers.


“They’re both doing very well with their sort of assigned groups,” said Joe Trippi, the former campaign manager for Howard Dean.

These caucuses will show “who turned out more of their people,” he predicted.

Find out what issues Nevada’s Democratic voters care about in our breakdown on America’s Newsroom, above.

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