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Sat Feb 20, 2016, 06:09 PM

Mark my words...

The definition of virtual tie will creep after Nevada. By SC it will be anything within 10 points.

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LexVegas Feb 2016 OP
SunSeeker Feb 2016 #1
bluestateguy Feb 2016 #2
LexVegas Feb 2016 #3
LexVegas Feb 2016 #4
Cha Feb 2016 #5
Starry Messenger Feb 2016 #6
BlueCaliDem Feb 2016 #7

Response to LexVegas (Original post)

Sat Feb 20, 2016, 06:11 PM

1. LOL

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Response to LexVegas (Original post)

Sat Feb 20, 2016, 06:13 PM

2. Joe Lieberman in New Hampshire 2004:

"A three-way split decision for third place!"

He came in fifth.

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Response to bluestateguy (Reply #2)

Sat Feb 20, 2016, 06:38 PM

3. Lol. nt

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Response to LexVegas (Original post)

Sun Feb 21, 2016, 02:15 PM

4. What did I say? 6 point win now a virtual tie. LMAO. nt

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Response to LexVegas (Reply #4)

Sun Feb 21, 2016, 02:17 PM

5. Strong support for Hillary in Nevada..

We WON!

Victory for Hillary in NV. Coalition of Women, African Americans, Hispanics, Older voters, STRONG!


The coalition Hillary won Nevada with:


1. African-Americans.

Hillaryís Nevada result with the African-American voters was 76% to 22%. Turnout from African-Americans was 13%, not that much of a drop from 2008 when this groupís turnout was 15%.

2. Obama folks.


People who want to continue Obamaís policies, strengthen them and making them better, not go into a different direction.

That segment was 49% of the Nevada electorate. Hillary won this segment 74% to 22%.

3. Women.

Women turned out in large numbers for Hillary. Women made up 56% of the Nevada electorate. Hillary won the women vote 57% to 41%, a huge gap. While Bernie won the male vote, the gap was a lot smaller, almost half the gap that Hillary was able to get with women.

4. Hispanics.


Early projections among Hispanics have turned out to be wrong. It appears that Hillary has won the Hispanic vote by double digits, based on strong numbers out of Clark County. Hillary appears to have won Hispanics in Nevada by double-digits.

5. Older voters.

Young voters were mostly with Bernie, but they didnít turn out. Only 18% of the Nevada electorate were voters between 18 and 29 years of age. Another 17% was the age group between 30 and 44 years of age. However, 35% of Nevada voters were from 45 to 64 years of age, and 31% of Nevada voters were 65 and over. That 31% of 65 and over voters is strongly better than what Nevada saw in 2008.

Hillary got 74% from voters age 65 and higher, and 61% from voters age 45 through 64.

Bernie won young voters, but they didnít turn out in the ways the older voters did.

6. Democrats


Itís our party. Actual DEMOCRATS strongly support Hillary. Among registered Democrats Hillary won 57% to 41%. Actual Democratic party voters took the race away from Bernie today.

(More in link)

http://www.dailykos.com/stories/2016/2/20/1488430/-Victory-for-Hillary-in-NV-Coalition-of-Women-African-Americans-Older-voters-workers-STRONG

MrWendel~http://www.democraticunderground.com/110751549

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Response to LexVegas (Original post)

Sun Feb 21, 2016, 02:20 PM

6. So if the Superbowl ends at 20-21, they declare a tie?

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Response to LexVegas (Original post)

Sun Feb 21, 2016, 02:42 PM

7. Oh, no. They're going all the way saying that Bernie is actually the frontrunner!

They're sharing a new meme that Bernie has gotten more in the popular vote than Hillary. I won't repost the meme here, but it's what's getting their adrenaline pumping at the moment. Of course, as HillDawg explained it,

Two things wrong with this..

-Iowa and Nevada don't release their popular vote

-It's only after three states, one where he did very well. Of course he's going to be ahead.

Just wait a little over a week and this story line can be made to look silly.
http://www.democraticunderground.com/?com=view_post&forum=1107&pid=52087

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