Clinton gained a delegate for every 100,000 people who kicked out

    Primary: Tuesday 19 April 2016 Candidate Popular Vote Delegate Votes Soft Pledged Soft Unpledged (source) Soft Total Hard Total Clinton, Hillary Diane Rodham 1,037,349  57.95% 139  56.28% 39  88.64% 178  61.17% 139  47.77% Sanders, Bernard “Bernie” 752,744  42.05% 108  43.72%   108  37.11% 108  37.11% Uncommitted         44  15.12% (available)     5  11.36% 5   1.72%   Total 1,790,093 100.00% 247 100.00% 44 100.00% 291 100.00% 291 100.00% Delegate Selection: Proportional […]

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Poll: Sanders leads Clinton by 8% in New York

In this article I’ve added a lot more references just to confirm what I’ve already advanced in previous articles. In this case, I’ve studied the five Boroughs of the Big Apple and six Counties (Albany, Erie, Monroe, Oneida, Onondaga, Suffolk) in the State of New York. I’ve worked on Demography, Ethnicity, Religion, Geography, Polls, Surveys, […]

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Bronx has crowned the new President of the United States

Between April 19 and April 26 Sanders will win New York, Connecticut, Delaware, Maryland, Pennsylvania and Rhode Island. And it will be a triumph of Democracy. April 26, Sanders will solve also its problems with Superdelegates because, after a similar popular investiture, the Democratic Party will not oppose the will of the American people.

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