Bernie is clearly the more electable. He has a superior chance vs all RNC possibilities.
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Latest Reuters Data Shows Hillary Losing to Trump, but Bernie Wins — Medium
Hillary Clinton actually loses in a head-to-head matchup against Donald Trump, while Bernie Sanders beats him easily. Trump is winning against Hillary Clinton. He wins by 1.5% (37.8 to 36.3%).
The Democrats Are Flawlessly Executing a 10-Point Plan to Lose the 2016 Presidential Election
By freezing Sanders and his platform out of the Democratic Party altogether, it ensures that not only will Clinton lose many Sanders supporters — which will already happen pursuant to step #5 of the Democrats plan to lose the White House — but also that she will lose most or all of the independent voters that Sanders has thus far been winning over her by 30 to 40 points.
Presidential Primary 2.0 Is About to Begin
Outside those “Old South” states, 12 other states also have voted. Bernie Sanders has won nine of those races, Hillary Clinton has won only two, and there has been one tie (Iowa). The average result in those 12 states has been a Sanders win by just under 20 points.
The net effect of this (Hillary winning the “Old South” by 43 points, Bernie winning everywhere else by 20 points) is a Clinton lead among pledged delegates of 223 (specifically, 775 to 552).
Bernie Sanders Is Currently Winning the Democratic Primary Race, and I’ll Prove It to You
That’s right — in each state, most of the early primary voting occurs before the candidates have aired any commercials or held any campaign events. For Bernie Sanders, this means that early voting happens, pretty much everywhere, before anyone knows who he is. Certainly, early voting occurs in each state before voters have developed a sufficient level of familiarity and comfort with Sanders to vote for him. But on Election Day — among voters who’ve been present and attentive for each candidate’s commercials, local news coverage, and live events — Sanders tends to tie or beat Clinton.
Bernie Sanders Has a Clear Path to Victory — Provided His Supporters Don’t Falter
Clinton’s strong states are almost all behind her. Sanders has the advantage in the vast majority of those that remain; and in many cases, that advantage is huge. If Sanders keeps pace with his victories outside the deep south, he will take 60 percent of the remaining vote. This is no pipe dream; this is math. That is more than enough to propel him to victory.
10 Reasons Why Hillary Isn’t a Lock to Win the Presidency in a General Election | Alternet
All Democrats should worry because her major policy and character flaws could leave us with a Republican president this fall.
50 States of Grey | The Progressive Army
As I type this, President Obama is about to appoint a center-right moderate to the Supreme Court. I don’t need to pretend that I know anything about legal records of justices I’d never heard of until Scalia died. It’s just a fact, Obama will appoint a center-right justice. That’s where he governs from; and the truth of the matter is, whenever the extreme-right throws one of their little hissy fits, establishment Democrats give into them, continuously moving the nation to the right of center.
They Haven’t Been Wrong Since 1975 And They Say Our Next President Will Be…
Introducing President Bernie Sanders Western Illinois University, the only entity that’s predicted every single presidential election with 100 percent accuracy since 1975, just announced that its mock election sent Sen. Sanders and Martin O’Malley (D-Md.) to the White House in 2016 as President and Vice President, respectively.
Bernie Sanders Had a Phenomenal Night — Here’s Why
What all this means is that Bernie Sanders is still well within striking distance of the nomination as more Sanders-friendly states take to the polls throughout the Spring. The primary season is only halfway over, and the remaining states are overwhelmingly favorable to Sanders in that they’re blue states with large populations of Democratic-leaning independents and voters under 45.
Robert Reich Explains Why Bernie Sanders’ Campaign Is Still Alive
Regardless of where the Democratic race goes from here, Bernie won’t drop out. He’ll take his delegates and his political revolution all the way to the convention.
New Poll Says Even Kasich Can Beat Hillary: Bernie Still Untouchable – The Ring of Fire Network
A new Quinnipiac University poll has found that not only would Ted Cruz and Marco Rubio beat Democratic candidate Hillary Clinton, now, even Republican underdog John Kasich would defeat the establishment candidate. The same poll found that Sanders is virtually untouchable by the GOP array. Confirming earlier polls, Quinnipiac says that Sanders is well ahead of all Republican candidates.
The case against Hillary Clinton: This is the disaster Democrats must avoid – Salon.com
Bernie Sanders is the only Democratic candidate capable of winning the White House in 2016. Please name the last person to win the presidency alongside an ongoing FBI investigation, negative favorability ratings, questions about character linked to continual flip-flops, a dubious money trail of donors, and the genuine contempt of the rival political party. In reality, Clinton is a liability to Democrats…
Why Super Tuesday’s Results Don’t Look Good for Hillary Clinton – Pivot America
Shh… I have a secret, that the mainstream media won’t tell you. Bernie Sanders was the big winner yesterday. See, when it comes to winning the general election what matters more than anything is how Blue states and Swing states are going to vote.
Was Bernie Sanders Michigan Primary Win the Greatest Polling Blunder in History? | HistoryBuff | The Future of History
No one, with the exception of maybe the Vermont Senator himself, expected Bernie Sanders to win the Michigan primary last night. Talking heads on every major station assured a landslide victory for the Clinton camp. So did her operation’s staff, who failed to set up enough campaign offices across the state. Even some democratic voters, convinced that Hillary had the win wrapped up, reportedly switched sides to vote against Trump in the GOP contest. Now pundits are scrambling to account for what happened…
The Pragmatic Case for Bernie Sanders – The Atlantic
Democratic Party leaders still insist Hillary Clinton is the pragmatic choice to beat Republicans and bring effective leadership and change—if incremental—to Washington. Clinton and her supporters frame the race, and her appeal, as a matter of “ready on day one” leadership and “get things done” practicality. But what does the record show, and what do leadership and pragmatism really mean?
5 Reasons the Clinton-Sanders Race Is Much, Much Closer Than You Think
To watch cable news, one would think that Bernie Sanders is still in the Democratic primary race simply to send a message to Washington, be a thorn in Hillary Clinton’s side, play trainer to her Rocky, or some combination of all of these. Bogus super-delegate totals have been presented to the public as though these were votes either of the two candidates can count upon — the mass exodus of super-delegates away from Hillary Clinton in the early summer of 2008 notwithstanding. The reality, of course, is far more complicated.
Current Affairs | Culture & Politics
Unless the Democrats Run Sanders, A Trump Nomination Means a Trump Presidency Democrats need to seriously and pragmatically assess their strategy for defeating Trump. A Clinton run would be disastrous; Bernie Sanders is their only hope. With Donald Trump looking increasingly likely to actually be the Republican nominee for President, it’s long past time for the Democrats to start working on a pragmatic strategy to defeat him.
Hillary can’t win. She’s the establishment candidate in year of insurgency. – Chicago Tribune
Clinton is the political embodiment of the establishment. And that spells serious trouble for her, because the American people are in an insurgent mood, fueled by the holes in their bank accounts, all those jobs Bill Clinton sent overseas with his support of NAFTA, and the rifts in what we once called the common culture. It spreads across class lines like fire in a dry riverbed. It won’t stop until the weeds are gone.
RealClear Politics 2016 Presidential Race
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Bernie or Bust – Underlore
In all cases the enemy you can see is preferable to a traitor you cannot. And Hillary would get the Obama treatment and thus the country would further drag to the right anyway, but without meaningful resistance.
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