But it is clear that vast numbers of Democrats, for example, chose not to support a highly-qualified, experienced candidate -- but yet one who represented (to them) the Wall Street millionaires; but instead chose to support a fiery oldster with a young heart, Bernie Sanders.
Republicans would take more time to analyze, for they actually voted for a candidate with an Ivy League background, whose wife has ties to Goldman Sachs, according to my research. In this case, Sen. Cruz, the Canadian-who-would-be-President, decided that what voters don't know won't hurt them. This is where we get into the area of delusion and deceit, so well-practiced over a long period within the Republican Party.
Of course, Mrs. Clinton is claiming she has won, and indeed she may end up with the most votes. Sanders has the moral victory in the eyes of many pundits for "almost up-ending" the Clinton campaign.
As for Mr. Trump: May I be so bold as to claim to having been on the right side of history at least as far as Iowa is concerned? I mounted here the most vigorous series of anti-Trump verbal sallies I could manage. It seems the majority of Republican voters in Iowa agreed that Donald Trump is not the Godsend he claims to be in the world of American politics.