The Granite State made clear choices in last night’s presidential primary, as both winners ended up with 20-point victories.
Republican Donald Trump took 35 percent of all the GOP votes cast and Democrat Bernie Sanders nabbed 60 percent of his party's votes. Both candidates bill themselves as anti-establishment candidates for their respective parties.
While some contenders are considering how long to stay in the race, others are looking ahead to South Carolina and Nevada.
NPR’s Don Gonyea and Ailsa Chang speak with Here & Now’s Robin Young from New Hampshire about what’s next on the campaign trail.
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