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Sat May 7, 2016, 09:06 AM

Trump Vs Sanders – Sanders Wins In Every Poll

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In recent polls conducted by CBS News, Fox News, and USA Today the results show Bernie Sanders beating Trump.

With Ted Cruz “suspending” his campaign tonight, Trump will be receiving the Republican Nomination.

The Democratic Nomination is still up for grabs. Bernie Sanders numbers are increasing and we need to keep up this momentum and get Bernie the Nomination.

In a Presidential Race of Bernie VS. Trump, Bernie Sanders will be elected our next president.

If you don’t want Trump(the least qualified candidate) to be elected the clear path is to Vote for Bernie Sanders.

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Reply Trump Vs Sanders – Sanders Wins In Every Poll (Original post)
Ferd Berfel May 2016 OP
griffi94 May 2016 #1
grossproffit May 2016 #2
thesquanderer May 2016 #5
Thinkingabout May 2016 #7
Ferd Berfel May 2016 #8
metroins May 2016 #3
Happyhippychick May 2016 #4
brooklynite May 2016 #6
DrDan May 2016 #9

Response to Ferd Berfel (Original post)

Sat May 7, 2016, 09:09 AM

1. Democratic primaries

Head to head matchup of Hillary versus Bernie.

Hillary wins an overwhelming number of delegates and millions more votes.

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Response to Ferd Berfel (Original post)

Sat May 7, 2016, 09:12 AM

2. Yet, he couldn't beat Hillary.

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Response to grossproffit (Reply #2)

Sat May 7, 2016, 09:22 AM

5. Yup, that's been the problem for him all along.

On paper at least, he's the stronger candidate for November... i.e. in an election against a Republican, in which the entire country votes. He is better positioned for that than Clinton is, considering her huge unfavorables outside the Dem base. But in an election against Clinton in which mostly Democrats vote, he has a much tougher time. As many of us have said from the start, his bigger issue is beating Clinton. By comparison, beating the Republican in November would be easy. But his chances of beating Clinton for the nomination were always tough. Which means we're putting up our weaker candidate in November. Luckily, the Republican candidate looks weaker still, so she should still win.

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Response to thesquanderer (Reply #5)

Sat May 7, 2016, 09:28 AM

7. This trend will change now that the only one left in the GOP is Trump, the GOP is just not into

Trump, they have been pulling for Sanders to be the DNC nominee to have an easy shot to win the GE, several Republicans have already switched to Hillary as a result.

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Response to grossproffit (Reply #2)

Sat May 7, 2016, 09:32 AM

8. With the level of corruption in this race

it's tough, true. Without the intense corruption we've already seen he would have - and still can.

I guess lie, cheat, steal is pragmatic - if you win

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Response to Ferd Berfel (Original post)

Sat May 7, 2016, 09:13 AM

3. If you can't win the nomination

And millions of voters vote for Hillary Clinton then it doesn't matter what a poll 6 months out says about the GE.

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Response to Ferd Berfel (Original post)

Sat May 7, 2016, 09:18 AM

4. That's great news

Too bad he's not going to be the nominee.

Luckily Hillary does even better in polls vs. Trump! 😀

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Response to Ferd Berfel (Original post)

Sat May 7, 2016, 09:27 AM

6. So if Sanders is nominated the campaign is over, right?

If he's leading in the polls at that point, nothing could possibly change?

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Response to Ferd Berfel (Original post)

Sat May 7, 2016, 09:33 AM

9. an easy claim to make when it will never be substantiated or refuted

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