Sanders can reduce the gap from Clinton of 1/6

The signals are clear: the wind will change and Clinton will run for cover. Sanders is going to win a lot of the next states and, most likely, in 48 hours he will win four small victories but heavy: Ariziona, Idaho, Utah and Democrats Abroad. These four challenges are worth 165 delegates. As if we […]

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Sanders will reach 2470 Delegates. That’s why

  If Sanders continues with his pace in the states outside the South, he will become the next President of the United States. Until now, he has maintained an average of 54.54%. An average absolutely impressive. Clinton responded well, but in the long run, not just to win the nomination. The data are clear, Clinton […]

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Sanders leads Trump by 15 points outside the South

  Bernie Sanders has taken so far 5,760,000 votes against 6,856,000 votes for Donald Trump. 16% less of the votes of the American billionaire. But, as we all know, in recent months, the race for the nomination has mainly affected the states of the Southern Comfort, distorting the values in the field. A race perceived […]

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Sanders has 10.8% of the votes in less than Obama

And African Americans are 13% of the American general population. This means that Bernie Sanders is able to mobilize 2.2% of this community, while Hillary Clinton 2.7%. A decisive 0.5%. The data are clear: out of the South, he has about 900,000 votes less than Barack Obama in 2008, which become 370,000 votes if we […]

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Tuesday the gap falls below 300 delegates

Clinton has a million votes more than in 2008. 1,105 to be precise. 545,000 earned in the South and 335,000 in Illinois. This means that she gained in the rest of the US only 225,000 votes. 2.7% more votes than in 2008. And, among many reasons, the most rational is the lack of other competitors […]

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LSP Simulation: Sanders can win even losing New York

My last simulation concerns the race for the nomination of the Democratic Party. Aforementioned race has come to part 2.0 and, if I may say so, starts right now. This is because Hillary Clinton has had, so to speak, enough lucky to compete in the first part of his new adventure in the most congenial […]

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Bernie has 10-point lead in Illinois and Missouri

The trends, the sentiment, the reaction to Trump, the history of Illinois and Chicago, the territorial characteristics of the South of the State so incredibly congenial to Sanders, they are quite clear facts. They are data that reveal a clear victory of Senator. There’s a wind of change and it seems that Sanders was able […]

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The West Coast will crown Bernie Sanders

The data are overwhelming: the most important cities of the Nation of Pacifica are both cities that are doing the most donations for Bernie campaign and more crowded his rallies. The West Coast and throughout the Mid West have become over the months Purple Areas. Regardless of the outcome in Florida, Bernie will do the […]

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