Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Rodham Clinton acknowledges supporters after filing papers to be on the nation's earliest presidential primary ballot, Monday, Nov. 9, 2015, in Concord, N.H. (AP Photo/Jim Cole)

Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Rodham Clinton acknowledges supporters after filing papers to be on the nation's earliest presidential primary ballot, Monday, Nov. 9, 2015, in Concord, N.H. (AP Photo/Jim Cole)

Update 2: Fox News projects Hillary will win the Nevada Democrat caucuses. With about two thirds of the results in Hillary leads 52.2%  to 47.8%.

Update: With about half the results in Hillary Clinton still leads Bernie Sanders:

  • Hillary Clinton - 51.8%
  • Bernie Sanders - 48.2%

With about 30 percent of the result in from the Nevada Democrat Caucus in Hillary Clinton is leading Bernie Sanders 51.8% to 48.1%. Hillary sure knows how to lose an overwhelming lead.

The most striking news from the Exit Polls is that Sanders is winning 70 percent of the Independents. Other findings include:

  • Two-thirds say it’s their first time attending a Nevada Democratic presidential caucus. Sanders does better in this group, while Clinton did well among repeat caucus goers.
  • A remarkable seven in 10 caucus goers describe themselves as liberals, including a third “very” liberal – far higher than their share in the 2008 Nevada caucuses, 45 and 18 percent, respectively.
  • Hispanics – nearly two in 10 caucus participants – are tilting to Sanders, with 54 percent support – a serious challenge to Clinton among nonwhites. Clinton won 64 percent of Hispanics in Nevada in 2008, when she beat Barack Obama in the state’s caucuses by 7 percentage points.