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Clinton and Sanders in Virtual Tie in Nevada Caucus Poll

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BASED ON INTERVIEWS WITH 245 REPUBLICAN LIKELY CAUCUS GOERS — SAMPLING ERROR: +/- 6.5 PERCENTAGE PTS.

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  1. Anonymous

    Hillary will get the job done, Bernie is a dreamer. Interesting that if he was so into the black concerns in the 60’s that he moved n lives in a almost all white state. How relevant is he in today’s time or over the last couple of decades without real life time experience

  2. Dennis B

    She’ll get the job done alright, for the banksters who gave her hundreds of thousands of dollars to finance her campaign. Folks need to look at the interview between Elizabeth Warren and Bill Moyers regarding whose side she’s really on. I’ve heard her say recently on 3 separate occasions that she would deal with the big banks only “IF IT WAS NECESSARY”. I can also guarantee we’ll be embroiled in more continuous warfare with her at the helm. Remember, ISIS materialized on her watch. Now they can trade oil on the open market and take delivery of 500 brand new Toyota 4X4’s with impunity. What a joke!!

    1. I'm With Her

      You’re either not too bright, or you’re an outright liar.

    2. Kayo

      – I don’t know if I’m conflating them, Dr Cat, but it seems to me that the two campaign appearances in successive days after the debate (and the blather about how many women he knows the day before) shows it’s all meant to fit together as one piece of political co8.2nicationmI&#mu17;d repeat that I don’t recall in 2007 Therese Rein or Janette Howard accompanying their spouses at policy announcements, let alone either of their daughters.

  3. Alan Ross

    Corruption got us to this point in history and a vote for Sanders is a chance to get us back on a fair track. A vote for Wall Street’s Democratic candidate, Clinton, will only send us further down the filthy path of more corruption even if it might be slower than under a Republican. Bernie is more electable than Hillary and her nomination will more likely send a Republican to the White House. The choice is clear – heart and head say vote for Bernie while our cynicism says Hillary is all we can get. Let’s not settle for the lesser of two evils as we have so many times.

    1. I'm With Her

      Why do you think that Karl Rove is helping Bernie? Why is it that the Koch brother’s want Bernie to win the nomination? Because they, unlike you Bernistas, have actually done their homework. They know that the GOP can beat Bernie. They fear Hillary.

    2. Lewis

      RIGHT, IT’S TIME TO CHANGE THIS BEAUTIFUL COUNTRY AND THE WORLD!

  4. Chris

    Clinton scares the hell out of me. Bernie cannot be bought by Wall Street. Clinton already has.

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