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Sanders claims remainder of political primary map in his favor: Could Bernie still win the Democratic nomination for President of the United States?

Sanders claims remainder of political primary map in his favor: Could Bernie still win the Democratic nomination for President of the United States?
  • Anything is possible

    I wouldn't count on Bernie to win the Primary based on a reasonable remainder of the season. However, given how crazy this primary has been, he has a shot if a tape leaks of Hillary Clinton screaming racial slurs or admitting she's colluding with Trump, or something of that nature. It would be foolish for Sanders to drop out at this point.

  • Not a chance

    Bernie Sanders always had less delegates than Clinton and he will not get the nomination. One of the reasons is there's never been anyone as old as Bernie who has won the nomination. He's in his mid seventies, nobody knows much about him, and he is not popular in neither parties.

  • Hilary has 98% of the superdelagates

    Even if sanders wins 100% of the votes, hilary will win. In the Democratic National party primary, votes don't equal Delagates, rich politicians do, since hilary is a goverment politician, she gets support from the goverment politicians, even if she's a crimminal. So bernie has no chance of winning the primary unless hilary gets arrested soon, which is unlikely because of the political bias by Obama and others on her crime and lies

  • Bernie Sanders has no chance to win the democratic nomination

    Bernie Sanders has no chance to win the democratic nomination for president of United States. Although technically he can still accumulate the required number of delegates to secure the nomination, reality suggests otherwise. Hillary Clinton has far too much momentum going and appeals to a broader voter base then an extremist like Bernie Sanders.

  • Bernie Sanders is a long shot for the nomination

    Bernie Sanders remains unlikely to win the Democratic nomination for President of the United States. Although he claims the map turns favorable for him, he faces an uphill climb to surpass the front runner, Hillary Clinton. She has a commanding lead, and has most of the super delegates. This should prove insurmountable as her campaign takes on an air on inevitability.

  • No, I do not think that Bernie Sanders could still win the Democratic nomination for President of the United States.

    No, I do not think that Bernie Sanders could still win the Democratic nomination for President of the United States because Hillary Clinton has a significant lead in delegate count and has won more states. I think that Bernie Sanders is prolonging his campaign to ensure that his message gets across the American people, and I think as he loses more primaries, he will drop out in the next couple of months.


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