Hispanics help push Sanders to lead as Nevada caucus-goers' first choice: Edison Research Poll

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U.S. Senator Bernie Sanders appears to have an early edge in the Nevada Democrat...

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Hispanics help push Sanders to lead as Nevada caucus-goers' first choice: Edison Research Poll

U.S. Senator Bernie Sanders appears to have an early edge in the Nevada Democrat...

Chris Kahn 4 Min Read NEW YORK (Reuters) - U.S. Senator Bernie Sanders appears to have an early edge in the Nevada Democratic caucus with the largest share of initial support from Hispanics, union families and white college-educated women, according to polling agency Edison Research. Democratic U.S. presidential candidate Senator Bernie Sanders speaks at a campaign rally in Las Vegas, Nevada, U.S., February 21, 2020. REUTERS/Mike Segar Edison, which compiles voter polls and live election results for media organizations including ABC News, CBS News, CNN, NBC News and Reuters, said its polling of early voters and state caucus-goers shows Sanders “leads in the first preference” vote. Nevada will award Democratic delegates after party members state their preferences at hundreds of caucus locations around the state. Many Democrats may eventually switch their choice during the caucus meeting if the candidate they support does not garner enough interest. Here are some highlights from the Edison poll, which was based on interviews with 2,746 Nevada Democrats, including about 1,780 as they entered early voting sites earlier in the week and another 966 on Saturday at 30 locations around the state: ** Among Hispanics, 53% said they were going to support Sanders ahead of the caucuses. Hispanics make up nearly one-third of the state’s population. ** Among those caucus-goers who are members of a labor union or have family members in a union, 34% said they planned to caucus for Sanders. About one in four said they were part of a union family. ** 62% said they support replacing all private health insurance with a single government plan. That initiative, also known as Medicare for All, is a signature issue for Sanders and U.S. Senator Elizabeth Warren. It was criticized earlier this month by the state’s 60,000-member Culinary Workers Union in what was seen as a boost for more moderate Democrats who are still in the race. ** 43% of Democratic Nevada caucus-goers say healthcare is the issue that mattered most to them when deciding which candidate to support. Another 25% said it was climate change, 18% said it was income inequality and 9% said foreign policy. ** Among white, college-educated women - a voting block seen as key to Democrats’ chances for victory over Trump in the November general election - 22% said they planned to caucus for Sanders, compared with 19% for Klobuchar, 18% for Warren, 17% for Buttigieg and 13% for Biden. ** Sanders had the largest share of support from caucus-goers of all age groups, except those 65 and older. Among the 65-plus group, 28% said in entrance polling that they supported Biden, 20% supported Klobuchar, 14% supported Buttigieg and 12% supported Sanders. ** 52% of those participating in the Democratic caucus are doing so for the first time. A record number of Democrats are expected to show up at the Nevada caucuses, in part because of population growth in the state and also the party’s decision to allow residents to vote early this year for the first time. ** 65% say that when picking a candidate to support, they are thinking mostly about that person’s electability instead of whether the candidate agrees with them on major issues. ** 66% of Democratic caucus-goers said they considered themselves to be liberal. Another 31% said they were moderates and 3% were conservative. ** Among political moderates, support was largely split among Sanders, Biden and Buttigieg, with those three candidates getting a little more than 20% each. ** Most of Nevada’s caucus-goers came with their minds made up. Eighty-three percent of Democratic caucus-goers said they made their pick for the party’s presidential nomination more than a few days before the caucus. ** About half of the poll respondents were college graduates. The other half did not have a college degree. Edison will update its results later in the day after the caucuses have ended. Reporting by Chris Kahn; Editing by Daniel Wallis and Cynthia Osterman Our Standards: Read more: Reuters Top News

Lie lie lie lie Socialist or Democrat? From whose pocket will he fulfill his promises? After his reign will have to again make America a great country? 😂 Still won’t beat Trump in the long run. In any case most importantly is keeping the house & taking the Senate. If Bernie is the nomination it wi take both houses to pass any of Bernie’s promises. If this doesn’t happen, it’s all a crap shoot period.

Bernardo Lijas. 🌵🇲🇽 They clearly are blind and did no research on Sanders anti immigration history 🙄 Time for Liz, Amy, and Steyer to call it a day. Oh, and Pete can f right off, too. Latinos have always had some strange affinity with communism.

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BernieSanders NVCaucus Bernie is a wackadoo

Sanders solidifies himself as frontrunner in Nevada and beyond, new polls showOn the eve of the Nevada caucuses, polls show Bernie Sanders with a comfortable lead in the Battle Born State, while national surveys have the Vermont senator opening up a double-digit advantage over his closest rivals. Imagine that. Americans angry after finding out the entire DNC, all but one of the candidates and the bulk of the MSM are openly planning on stealing the nomination from Sanders start coalescing behind him to send a message back to the Dem political machine.... F*** YOU!!!

The Final Polls in Nevada Show Bernie Sanders Holding His Lead After the DebateThe final polls in Nevada show Bernie Sanders holding his lead after the debate:

Sanders faithful unswayed by Russia leaks on eve of Nevada voteRussian espionage claims and attacks from rivals were shrugged off by supporters of Bernie Sanders as the Vermont senator galvanized crowds for the latest Democratic presidential nomination vote. On a cold and wintry Friday night at the Nevada nature center, where Sanders hosted his final rally a day Berne is now part of the DNC Indicted Russia Russia Russia crowd. When the DNC can’t compete they accuse. Comments like this are inexplicable - Bernie kept silent for a month - 'Bernie's not gonna allow it...He doesn't want interference -- Trump does, Trump welcomes it.' Bernie’s silence speaks volumes. -if it benefits his ultimate goal why complain.

Bernie Sanders Looks to Build Momentum in Nevada CaucusesSen. Bernie Sanders is seeking a fresh boost of momentum for his Democratic presidential bid in Saturday’s Nevada caucuses as the rest of the field tries to blunt his progress. SOS good luck commie this may help

Bernie Sanders looks to young Latinos for edge in Nevada caucusesBernie Sanders is looking to Nevada 's large population of young Latino voters to propel him to victory during the caucuses on Saturday, the first nominating contest featuring a large minority population. Supporting a communist is an admission of failure in life by declaring that you are unable to make it in life and need to depend on government. Sad Promising free stuff works every time! next to Trump, Bernie is the biggest BSer around



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