President-elect Donald Trump is creating an identity crisis for Democrats in Maryland, and across the country.
Voter turnout in Baltimore City, for example, is 17.5 percent lower than in the 2012 race for president. A number of African-Americans in particular didn't vote as expected.
According to political analysts, it means Democrats and Republicans have a lot of work to do because the turnout signals a big lack of enthusiasm from either party.
Long lines at the polls didn't mean a record turnout. The numbers show less interest in this presidential race than the one in 2012. Political analysts believe there are a number of reasons.