Hello, I have been trying to stay away from making the Sanders v Clinton matchup about the media, but I found this to be eye popping. Here is a story questioning whether Bernie Sanders won the Latino vote in Nevada: The debate over who really won the Hispanic vote in Nevada, Hillary Clinton or Bernie Sanders, continues today. As I wrote Sunday, I think the balance of evidence points to Mrs. Clinton: Her strength in the heavily Hispanic areas of Las Vegas and among Hispanic voters in most national polls is, to my mind, much stronger evidence than an entrance/exit poll sample of 213 Hispanic respondents in 25 precincts. The debate is important to both campaigns. The Sanders side is eager to promote that its message is connecting beyond white voters, where it has already had impressive success. The Clinton campaign would like to be able to say that its nonwhite coalition is holding together. New data from the entrance-exit poll gives additional reason to doubt the conclusion that Mr. Sanders won the Hispanic vote by eight percentage points. In a defense of the poll, Gary Langer of ABC News focused on the age of the Hispanic vote. He noted that 38 percent of Hispanic voters were aged 18 to 29, according to the poll, compared with just 13 percent of non-Hispanic voters. Young voters, Hispanic or otherwise, appeared to break overwhelmingly for Mr. Sanders. http://www.nytimes.com/2016/02/23/u...sanders-won-hispanic-vote-in-nevada.html?_r=0 Here is a story citing Clinton winning the black vote by a landslide in Nevada: Clinton carried off a big win with African American voters — a segment of the population she’s counting on to help her win in the Southern states that vote next month. It was a blow to Sanders, who had hoped Nevada would prove he has what it takes to carry more diverse states. http://www.usatoday.com/story/news/...uses-hillary-clinton-bernie-sanders/80630742/ How does one get to cite the exit polls as evidence of black support, but dispute the exit polls showing a shift in Latino support in Nevada?