1) Hillary's supporters have mostly already voted (and are largely coming from red states).
2) Bernie's favorability is through the roof in comparison to Hillary's
3) As Trump becomes more inevitable, polls showing Bernie beating Trump by more become more meaningful.
4) Zero controversy. He truly is an honest politician. The man's a unicorn.
5) Hillary's email thing is coming to a head soon, which may lead to an indictment.
6) Bernie's message is perfect to run against Trump, and Trump will soon turn toward Hillary with an unbelievable amount of ammunition against a corrupt politician (one that he will claim that he himself bribed as evidence of her corruptness, almost assuredly). Trump has been waiting on that in hopes that she wins, because otherwise he doesn't stand a chance.
Most of the states which are more likely to support Bernie haven't voted yet, and it really annoys me that people are giving up on Bernie already. It isn't impossible for him to get the nomination, and millennials are coming to vote more than they have before.
Bernie is a genuine candidate, and his honesty is something that is almost nonexistent in other candidates. That alone has caused many young people to vote for him.
If you honestly think that Hillary is going to win, then change that. Vote. It is this hopeless mentality that "its too late" before it even gets started that causes people like Hillary to win office. Bernie has a huge following and all he needs is for your lazy butt to get out there and vote. The people are the only thing standing in the way of him getting into office, so I'd appreciate it if you stopped Hillary (otherwise known as Shillary, the ultimate establishment candidate) from getting that chance to be president.
A chance is a chance, regardless of how big or small it is. Take that chance and finally change America for the better, please.
(I can't vote yet so its your fault if this doesn't happen.)
Bernie Sanders is fighting his way up through our electoral system based on important issues. Everyone else is lying, cheating, and cheerleading their way to the top. He appears to make our issues matter. He actually seems to understand that we need help, we've been cheated and stuff lol lol..
This time in 2008, Hillary was beating Obama 3 to 1. Guess who became president. Hillary has about 1/4 of all potential delegates (minus superdelegates). Bernie has about 1/8. Bernie just needs to campaign in big delegate states and he can win. Don't give up. We can do this. Make Hillary feel the Bern.
Bernie Sanders is fighting his way up through our electoral system based on important issues. Everyone else is lying, cheating, and cheerleading their way to the top. He appears to make our issues matter. He actually seems to understand that we need help, we've been cheated, and we are still blind to how it can be fixed. He has the answers, we just need to get him in there to do the job.
Bernie Sanders has a large pool of supporters and has run a good campaign, but he's up against Hillary Clinton. He has no chance of ever beating her, no matter how hard he works. She already has over half the delegates she needs to win, and has most of the super delegates. Bernie will soon realize that he isn't going to make it.
No, Bernie Sanders is not going to become the Democratic presidential nominee, because the establishment picked Clinton before the voting even started. She has so many superdelegates, and with Clinton winning Missouri this week it's unlikely that Sanders can overcome the lead. Clinton will win the nomination, despite her controversial issues.
No, I do not think that Bernie Sanders is going to be the Democratic presidential nominee because Hillary Clinton has won more states and has a significant lead in delegate count. I believe that eventually Bernie Sanders will drop out because he doesn't have a legitimate path to winning the nomination. Sanders has helped bring some important issues into the limelight but at the end of the day, Clinton will win the Democratic presidential nomination.
Regardless of Sanders' claims that the remaining states are favourable to him, the polls overwhelmingly disagree. Down over 30 in New York, down almost 30 in Pennsylvania, down 11 in California, down 30 in Maryland, etc. etc. He just doesn't have enough support or delegates left to overcome Hillary's 250+ delegate lead, and that's not even counting superdelegates.
He has failed to win much of the south, much of the minority vote, and much of the moderates. People are not really inclined to support a self described "democratic socialist," so no, he won't become the nominee. Also, Hillary Clinton is well known and has huge support from minorities and moderates.
I am for bernie but, since hillary is raking in most female voters due to straw man arguments of being the first woman president, bernie is falling short, I wish he did become the nominee though, I would *hate* to have hillary be my president, George Bush all over again.