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2016 Postmortem

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TalkingDog

(9,001 posts)
Fri Jul 29, 2016, 12:35 PM Jul 2016

Will she choose to continue the Sanders Revolution FTW? [View all]

To Win, Hillary Should Be Like Bernie, New Poll Suggests

http://www.huffingtonpost.com/entry/new-poll-hillary-should-be-like-bernie_us_579ab05de4b08a8e8b5d79be?section=

Unsurprisingly, millennials, people of color and unmarried women ― all key Democratic constituencies ― strongly preferred both “stronger together” messages over the Trump-like “nationalist economic” one.

But the three groups also favored the “stronger together + rewrite the rules” by a larger margin than the “stronger together + build on progress” message.

Fifty-nine percent of millennials, 67 percent of minority voters and 54 percent of unmarried women viewed the “rewrite the rules” message positively. By contrast, 45 percent of millennials, 53 percent of minorities and 52 percent of unmarried women liked the “build on progress” message.
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shocking, milennials prefer message of the guy they voted for nt geek tragedy Jul 2016 #1
And shocking SheenaR Jul 2016 #9
Agree. TalkingDog Jul 2016 #24
I'm an older, white male and I support the “stronger together + rewrite the rules” message! LongTomH Jul 2016 #2
The key is getting as many seats overturned in our favor as possible. TalkingDog Jul 2016 #13
This message was self-deleted by its author redstatebluegirl Jul 2016 #3
Tell it to the 900 people taking the poll TalkingDog Jul 2016 #6
opinion polls are not factual, they are opinions nt msongs Jul 2016 #29
Facts gathered about opinions from opinion polls are indeed facts. TalkingDog Jul 2016 #32
Post removed Post removed Jul 2016 #4
I'll just nod. TalkingDog Jul 2016 #5
"When they say things are not going well, they know what they’re talking about." Joseph Stiglitz... think Jul 2016 #7
Sanders doomed his revolution by creating false expectations, rejecting compromise, LongtimeAZDem Jul 2016 #8
Which makes your tag line incredibly ironic. TalkingDog Jul 2016 #10
Only if you refuse to acknowledge what happened throughout the campaign (nt) LongtimeAZDem Jul 2016 #12
So conditional acceptance of others is okay for thee, but not for me? TalkingDog Jul 2016 #15
Wow, that's way over the top. B Calm Jul 2016 #14
I hear ya. TalkingDog Jul 2016 #16
I don't think it is; the outcome was clear a month and a half ago, but instead of LongtimeAZDem Jul 2016 #19
Is this somebody you know? Just curious. TalkingDog Jul 2016 #22
No one I know (nt) LongtimeAZDem Jul 2016 #27
Sanders has energized many to run for office. It won't be evident this year as it takes time think Jul 2016 #18
LOL! Dawgs Jul 2016 #23
Four Years Sandersdemocrat2020 Jul 2016 #11
After a year of calling her camp weathervane... NCTraveler Jul 2016 #17
But if she truly does "do whatever polls indicate to get elected" TalkingDog Jul 2016 #20
I agree on both counts. Nt NCTraveler Jul 2016 #21
Should be the combo: stronger together. build on progress AND rewrite the rules. Appeals to all. andym Jul 2016 #25
This would work pretty well. VulgarPoet Jul 2016 #26
I have no interest in fixing what isn't broken TexasBushwhacker Jul 2016 #30
Like Roosevelt said: Chimichurri Jul 2016 #28
GOTV, GOTV, GOTFV n/t TexasBushwhacker Jul 2016 #31
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