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Do women voters have a problem with Hillary Clinton?

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Presidential candidate and former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton is facing a surprisingly uphill battle to win over women voters. With arguably the world's most famous woman running for president, many expected there would be a gender gap, but few predicted it would break in favor of Bernie Sanders, who beat Clinton in New Hampshire by 59 points with young women, and 11 points among all women. NBC’s Andrea Mitchell reports for TODAY and MSNBC’s political analyst Nicolle Wallace adds commentary.