So I haven't been following the count that closely lately. Looked at the results by congressional district and CD-46 flipped! That is not a district I would have expected Bernie to do well in, not to mention actually win.
Still looking at the CD numbers now that we're finally starting to get some real numbers from SoCal, but its actually not that surprising considering what we have seen elsewhere in some of the heavily Latino working-class urban communities in the state.
For example, Inner Mission in SF was (57-43 Bernie) on ED with early votes+ Same Day. Watsonville in SC County (49-51 ED), East LA (44-56 Hillary on ED), San Jose City in general good ED numbers...
Even if we look at heavily Latino Central Valley Counties and the huge swings from ED votes, there appears to be a huge swing from '08 Clinton margins among Latinos.Honestly, it wouldn't surprise me to see Bernie actually having performed better among Latinos than Anglos overall in Cali
considering the age/class gap, and what is essentially two different political coalitions built from the '08 Obama/Clinton and '16 Bernie/Hillary campaigns.
That's probably a future study for Poly-Sci students working on their Masters or PhD studies, and in the meantime, in the absence of exit polls, we'll need to settle for gradually sifting through the raw data of precinct reports, Census Data, etc...
Edited to change "Would surprise me to wouldn't surprise me"