Analysis of the 2016 New Hampshire Presidential Primary Results

ABC News' Jonathan Karl, Matt Dowd and Cecilia Vega track what the results mean for the future of the presidential race.
2:03 | 02/10/16

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Thank you. Let's talk to Matt dowd, Jon Karl and Cecilia Vega up in new Hampshire. Cannot underestimate the aftershocks of last night. No, as we talked about it it is an earthquake on a massive scale knocking down the foundations of both political parties and at the size of a basketball team now on the republican side where there's five candidates and the interesting thing about this rice that lines up for Donald Trump in the course of this, instead of being weaker, one-on-four he's stronger one-on-four and weaker marijuana and lines up and it's going to be very difficult to stop Donald Trump going into South Carolina. And, Jon, picking up on that there is no incentive for any other republican candidates to get out right now. Excuse me. This is the perfect result for Donald Trump, not just his 19-point win but the fact that there is such a muddle below him and second place finisher John kasich is absolutely nowhere in South Carolina. He's at the bottom of the polls and then Jeb bush, he sees a reason to go on and Ted Cruz and Marco Rubio, absolutely has a reason to go on. It was basically a three-way tie for third place. He admitted that debate performance did hurt him. You talked about self da and South Carolina upcoming for the Clinton campaign, they had been hoping for big wins there but now facing a real fight especially in Nevada. Reporter: They certainly are, George. This is that fire wall that Hillary Clinton's team has been talking about banking on her support in circus especially among african-american voters but looking ahead, Bernie sanders is already running Spanish language ads there and has a bunch of door knockers to go. Certainly I tell you, that mood last night was so somber inside that party, no victory party for them. Nervous about what comes next. How much will she have to retool? A lot. She lost badly among young voters, among women and has a huge trust problem. She has to retool that campaign to a great degree. Thank you all very much. Bernie sanders will be live on "The view" for his first interview since the primary. 11 O

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