#BernieMadeMeWhite: A Look At Who Is Really Supporting Sanders

We ran the numbers on the states Sanders has dominated. And while they don't all have a large white population, they're short on blacks and Latinos.

Bernie Sanders swept three states in Saturday's Democratic caucuses. Sanders won Washington, Alaska and Hawaii. 

And while Sanders' victory can be attributed to a variety of factors, Sanders supporters felt the media only focused on white voters. 

For example, CNN wrote of Sanders' victories on Saturday, "These caucus states — largely white and rural — are the type of places Sanders traditionally does well."

Sanders supporters responded with #BernieMadeMeWhite.

It seems a more accurate way to categorize states Sanders has won is by their below-average black and Latino populations.

Washington, Alaska and Hawaii all have below-average black and Latino populations. Vermont, Kansas and Idaho do as well — all states where Sanders has dominated.

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