2016 Democratic Primary
As Bernie’s campaign picks up steam the latest results from isidewith.com show the momentum is far from over. With nearly 800,000 votes cast since June, Sanders is way out in front. Of course this is not a scientific poll by any stretch of the imagination but it shows just how popular the Vermont senator has become. The Summer of The Bern continues.
Congressional District results from 792,791 voters since Jun 2015
for the question “If the Presidential election were held today, which Democratic party candidate would you vote for?”
Bernie Sanders: 407/436 (93%) congressional districts won
Hillary Clinton: 29/436 (7%) congressional districts won
Martin O’Malley: 0/436 congressional districts won
Joe Biden: 0/436 congressional districts won
Earlier today, results from the latest Quinnipiac University poll showed Sanders pull out in front of Clinton for the first time in Iowa. His 1 point lead over Clinton in Iowa comes a little more than four months before the state’s caucus, according to a poll released Thursday.
“Sanders has seized the momentum by offering a message more in line with disproportionately liberal primary and caucus voters,” said Peter A. Brown, assistant director of the Quinnipiac University Poll. “He is the candidate of the Democratic left, against his own party’s bosses and their prized presidential candidate, Secretary Hillary Clinton.”