Bernie Sanders' blowout victory over Hillary Clinton exposed significant weaknesses in the former secretary of state's white house bid.

Bernie Sanders speaks on stage after declaring victory in the New Hampshire Primary in Concord, New Hampshire. (Photo by Spencer Platt/Getty Images)

Sanders won an overwhelming majority of young voters, which is a significant part of the coalition that twice helped elect Barack Obama.

Sanders and Clinton were evenly divided among women, which is a major setback for a candidate who aims to become the nation's first female president.

Among Democrats, voters said they valued honesty over other qualities in a candidate.

These values include experience, caring about people like them and elect-ability.

That does not bode well for Clinton heading into the next round of primaries.