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Did Bernie Sanders win Iowa? [View all] Cali_Democrat Feb 2016 OP
Politically, yes. He will not change his message and has momentum. Avalux Feb 2016 #1
+1. She spent a shit-ton of money and got very little for it. n/t winter is coming Feb 2016 #19
And his campaign has rcvd over a million dollars since last night!!! peacebird Feb 2016 #27
DU Dem2 Feb 2016 #2
... Cali_Democrat Feb 2016 #3
He lost, but he clearly was the night's big winner. Vattel Feb 2016 #4
technically no, his support however is as energized as ever and Hillary is wounded JPnoodleman Feb 2016 #5
Down 61 points actually from last february JonLeibowitz Feb 2016 #26
Depends on how you measure. morningfog Feb 2016 #6
Exactly! peacebird Feb 2016 #28
Bragging rights aside, it doesn't really mean jack squat. Darb Feb 2016 #7
76% think Bernie won Iowa as of 10am PST. nt Cali_Democrat Feb 2016 #8
Not surprised ... NurseJackie Feb 2016 #14
Thanks. senz Feb 2016 #24
LOL!!!! This place is so damn crazy!!!! Number23 Feb 2016 #25
LOL....I even posted a link to the actual results showing that Hillary won Iowa. Cali_Democrat Feb 2016 #44
He did scare the establishment to bits Fearless Feb 2016 #9
In the way that matters, yes. n/t Tom Rinaldo Feb 2016 #10
Bernie would have clearly won if Hillary and the establishment didn't resort to underhanded tactics AZ Progressive Feb 2016 #11
kick Cali_Democrat Feb 2016 #12
HRC may have "won" a contest by some tiny numerical value whatchamacallit Feb 2016 #13
So did she win the Iowa caucuses or did she lose the Iowa caucuses? Cali_Democrat Feb 2016 #15
I've participated in several of your "gotcha" polls with great anticipation whatchamacallit Feb 2016 #20
.^that 840high Feb 2016 #42
It appears he did not. bigwillq Feb 2016 #16
So if he didn't win Iowa.... Cali_Democrat Feb 2016 #17
Don't know. You'll have to ask them. (nt) bigwillq Feb 2016 #18
Numbers-wise a tie; but it was a crushing defeat for Secretary Clinton at the same time. Warren DeMontague Feb 2016 #21
Numbers-wise it's a tie? Hillary won 23 pledged delegates while Bernie got 21 Cali_Democrat Feb 2016 #22
You guys know exactly what went down last night. So did the Clintons. Warren DeMontague Feb 2016 #29
Which numbers are you referring to when you said it's a tie? Cali_Democrat Feb 2016 #30
For all intents and purposes it was a tie. Warren DeMontague Feb 2016 #31
Who's the one spinning here? Cali_Democrat Feb 2016 #32
I'm sorry you don't like that I'm telling you the truth. Warren DeMontague Feb 2016 #34
21 != 23 Cali_Democrat Feb 2016 #35
I guess. Warren DeMontague Feb 2016 #36
An op-ed in a newspaper means 21 = 23? Cali_Democrat Feb 2016 #37
You are being deliberately obtuse, and you know it. Warren DeMontague Feb 2016 #38
That picture says a lot. 840high Feb 2016 #43
Iowa enhanced the Sanders campaign & diminished the Clinton campaign. senz Feb 2016 #23
They both won/neither of them won. elleng Feb 2016 #33
Sanders NARROWLY lost but it was a successful night. geek tragedy Feb 2016 #39
He WON, Because He Was Labled AND Attacked As An ChiciB1 Feb 2016 #40
Both Hillary and Bernie won enough to keep moving forward. Dems to Win Feb 2016 #41
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