Hillary Clinton Now Loses to Trump in Polls. Bernie Sanders Beats Trump by 10.8 Points.

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  2. jkcerda macrumors 6502

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    Hillarybots will say the polls are biased. The only polls that matter are the ones that show her winning :p
     
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    When can we expect some new material from you?
     
  4. FieldingMellish Suspended

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    Exactly. Drub Hillary all you want, but for Pete's sake keep it fresh.
     
  5. MadeTheSwitch macrumors 6502a

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    Not going to happen. People need to stop being unrealistic and give up this pipedream.
     
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    Then don't complain if Hillary loses. I don't think it will happen, but seriously, this shitshow is what American democracy has come to?
     
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    when liberals start caring?
    say hello to President Trump.
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    now find a Huffpost Poll from around the same time.
     
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    jkcerda isn't for Bernie or Trump, he's just against Hillary.
     
  10. cube macrumors G5

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    Given that the right lost in Austria for around 30,000 votes...
     
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    You really can't start taking polls seriously until fall. Things like VP picks, debates and attack ads are going to cause a lot of fluctuation in the coming months. And can we please stop talking about Bernie as if he's still a viable candidate?
     
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    Too bad it didn't turn out that way. :(
     
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    That was before Romney's 47% tape and Storm Sandy. Anything can happen between now and November.
     
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    not sure Romney would have been any better. the ONLY advantage I see in having a republican at the helm is that liberals will once again grow a back bone & start with the anti war stuff.
     
  16. smacrumon thread starter Suspended

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    It's entirely realistic. It ain't over until later this year.
     
  17. MadeTheSwitch macrumors 6502a

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    Math doesn't support your position.

    It's like driving towards a cliff and claiming a bridge will be built before you get there.
     
  18. Tmelon macrumors 6502a

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    Hillary needs 90 delegates while Bernie needs more than 500. Bernie would need massive landslide victories in all of the upcoming primaries which is pretty darn unrealistic.
     
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    They fear math but it doesn't care. A dose of reality:

    Pledged delegates
    Clinton - 1,768
    Sanders - 1,494

    Superdelegates
    Hillary - 525
    Sanders - 39

    Hillary 2,293
    Bernie 1,533

    Total needed to win 2383
    Hillary needs 90
    Bernie needs 850
     
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    The math means squat. In mid-July, when the DNC sees how poorly Hillary is polling against Trump, they'll change the rules on the fly.
     
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    So you would be happy about a President Trump? Why -- he has no experience governing whatsoever, and basically just says stuff that he can't realistically back-up (I'll build a huge wall; ban all muslims) and sounds good to the unwashed masses. You want to be associated with uneducated, angry white working class voters? That's Trumps main area of support. Why on earth would you want that?

    Trump is a real estate developer and a reality show TV host-- not presidential material. He has zero experience in governing, foreign policy or any intellectual ability beyond real estate. Explain how any intelligent human being thinks that's a good president? Do you really want a reality show guy to lead the nation? Does he make you feel manly and powerful because he spouts a lot of macho tough talk? Please, you should be embarrassed to suggest that you think he's appropriate to run the country. Yeah, a billionaire, playboy, model wife, golf junkie - he cares about the common man -- yeah right. You believe that?

    I'm not saying Hillary is the bees knees, but geez, she at least knows her way around the globe and diplomatic leaders. Trump is a comedy show.
     
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    That's funny, math right now says the race isn't over. But you're talking about your projections of what the math will be.

    Now I fully expect Hillary to be the nominee, but the Democrats are in for one hell of an ass kicking as people abandon the party after the election because they've proven time and again to be just as corrupt and bought by corporate america as the GOP.
     
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    Are you suggesting the DNC will change the rules to favor the guy with less of the popular vote and with significantly fewer delegates who has been trash talking the entire DNC for months? That's simply ridiculous.
     
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    If Bernie decides to run separately and the democratic vote splits, will the democrats support Clinton or Bernie or let trump walk on through? The race isn't over. Frankly H Clinton should have ran in the 1990s, the country might be in a different way today.
     
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    Has Trump attacked Bernie?
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    Romney did not have a chance.
     

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