Clinton Maintains Dominance over Sanders
The latest national poll by Monmouth University has revealed that Hillary Clinton continues to maintain her dominant lead over Bernie Sanders.
Which Democratic candidate would you vote for?
- Hillary Clinton – 59%
- Bernie Sanders – 26%
- Martin O’Malley – 4%
Clinton is still the candidate to beat for the Democrats. At this point, it appears as if she will win the Democratic nomination and has the potential to face Donald Trump in a national election.
Clinton is the definition of a career poltician. Her platform isn’t interesting and she says exactly what voters want to hear in order to secure votes. She isn’t a genuine candidate and she doesn’t care about the plight of the average American.
Sanders on the other hand is a far left leaning quasi-socialist. His platform is genuine and he is interested in helping the average American, but his ideas may be too progressive and would likely cost the country too much.
With the Democrats, voters are limited to two distinct choices. The first being, a lazy centrist Clinton who will do the minimum and isn’t that much different than moderate Republicans, while the second option is a far left and progressive Sanders that may be too left leaning for the average voter.
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