"They want New York to be theirs," Mr. Miringoff said of the Clinton campaign. "New York often goes for the more progressive candidate in a primary. There's a Sanders feeling here that they have to deal with, and they're worried about it New York is probably the worst bad thing on the horizon for her."
"I think what is interesting from the exit polls was the proportion of voters on both sides who are angry with the federal government. Perhaps not so surprising in Michigan. Clearly, not good for Clinton," said Lee Miringoff, director of the Marist Institute for Public Opinion at Marist College.