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Exit Polls (Sanders 62% Clinton 36.5%) (Original Post) speaktruthtopower Feb 2016 OP
If that holds up, it's going to be shocking… regnaD kciN Feb 2016 #1
But she still wins! Because white people. Or young people. Or adjacent state. Or something. Arugula Latte Feb 2016 #2
Non-white broke for Bernie in NH. Uh-oh. morningfog Feb 2016 #4
wow Robbins Feb 2016 #6
I think you mean Arugula Latte Feb 2016 #7
PPP, may be way off again. JRLeft Feb 2016 #3
So, she didn't "win" Le Taz Hot Feb 2016 #5
Uphill climb speaktruthtopower Feb 2016 #8
Uh, if I were her campaign Le Taz Hot Feb 2016 #10
Sanders is winning the woman vote...it will be a LANDSLIDE!!!!!!! johnnyrocket Feb 2016 #9
Bernie got 83% of young vote per CNN right now speaktruthtopower Feb 2016 #11

regnaD kciN

(26,018 posts)
1. If that holds up, it's going to be shocking…
Tue Feb 9, 2016, 08:16 PM
Feb 2016

…and it will be hard for the Clinton campaign to spin it as any sort of a "moral victory."

Le Taz Hot

(22,271 posts)
5. So, she didn't "win"
Tue Feb 9, 2016, 08:19 PM
Feb 2016

by only losing in single digits? The talking points from the teevee machine now is basically, Bernie will drop out after Super Tuesday. These people still aren't paying attention.


(800 posts)
8. Uphill climb
Tue Feb 9, 2016, 08:33 PM
Feb 2016

for Bernie here on out, but this will get him attention. She still has a big lead in SC and all the endorsements nationally. She has been getting some bad advice but will probably adjust.

The really interesting question is do we see someone else enter the race in the next two weeks.

Le Taz Hot

(22,271 posts)
10. Uh, if I were her campaign
Tue Feb 9, 2016, 08:37 PM
Feb 2016

I wouldn't get too comfortable with Nevada or South Carolina numbers or the Super Tuesday states either for that matter. Sanders is MUCH closer than anyone anticipated. National endorsements are making zero difference for her.

They can throw in as many Establishment ringers as they can dig out of the sewer but whoever they throw in there will take HER votes, not Sanders' who is the anti-establishment candidate.

The trajectories are clear.

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