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from twitter-apparently bernie won female vote in wis today (Original Post) Robbins Apr 2016 OP
Full results Bernin4U Apr 2016 #1
Some interesting results there dragonlady Apr 2016 #4
He got the union vote Carolator Apr 2016 #2
hard to read that link greymouse Apr 2016 #3

dragonlady

(3,577 posts)
4. Some interesting results there
Wed Apr 6, 2016, 10:51 AM
Apr 2016

Decided to vote for Sanders in the last month: 68%
Sanders wins college graduates and non-graduates with almost the same percentage
Most important issue for Sanders voters: healthcare, economy/jobs, income inequality; for Clinton voters: terrorism

Thanks for the link!

 

Carolator

(79 posts)
2. He got the union vote
Wed Apr 6, 2016, 12:24 AM
Apr 2016

And is the most inspiring.

Looks like she got old, married, white ladies and non-whites (whatever that means). I don't know why. She intends to privatize their Social Security and turn it into a form of welfare based on needs testing.

I guess she wants to scare them with his gun policies. How does that poll in New York and environs?

greymouse

(872 posts)
3. hard to read that link
Wed Apr 6, 2016, 08:39 AM
Apr 2016

displays badly in my browser. But assuming I guessed correctly, it's interesting that there is no income effect in the support for Sanders, well up into the six figures.

Also Bernie swamped Hillary in the Independent vote.

Man, just look elsewhere at the states results so far. Approximately, Hillary wins in states that will go red in the general, and Bernie wins in the Democratic states. Big, fat Independent votes and liberal Democratic votes and disaffected Repubs who will never vote for Trump or Hillary (my relatives are in the latter category and will vote for Bernie.) Want a Republican President? - Vote Hillary.

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