NY exit polls show huge race gap, Sanders only won white men

Now that Hillary has won the New York primary, CNN has published its exit polling for the New York primary today, and it’s devastating to Bernie Sanders’ attempt to shake off the perception that he’s the candidate of young white people.

In fact, CNN’s data shows that it is in fact unfair to call Sanders the candidate of white people. He’s the candidate of white men. 

Hillary Clinton won every other demographic, including white women, black men, black women and latino women. (CNN didn’t have data for latino men.)


Overall, CNN showed whites voting for Sanders over Hillary (54% to 45%), while non-whites voted for Hillary over Sanders (63% to 37%) — that’s a 26 point lead.

Specifically, Sanders won whites over Hillary (54% to 45%), but got socked by the black vote, which Hillary won by a whopping 71% to 28% — that’s a 43 point lead. Latinos also went heavily for Hillary, by 59% to 41%.


The CNN exits also show that Sanders won 61% of those under 45, and Hillary won 61% of those 45 and over. But, and here’s the rub, the under 45 vote is only 41% of the electorate, whereas Hillary’s 45 and older vote is 59% of the electorate. So Hillary’s victory is much larger.

Also, the exits show a gender gap for Sanders. While 54% of men supported Sanders, 57% of women supported Hillary, giving Hillary a 14 point lead in that category. But it gets worse — women are 58% of the electorate, so again it helps Hillary even more.

CNN is currently projecting a 99% certainty that Hillary will win NYC, but I think the details of the electorate, and how each candidate fared, are far more interesting. Read the rest of the NY exits polls at CNN.

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117 Responses to “NY exit polls show huge race gap, Sanders only won white men”

  1. Nate Yuen says:

    Americablog is a part of the conspiracy of the Democratic establishment to ignore Hillary’s FBI email investigation and indictment, and shows where it really stands. In the battle for the soul of the Democratic Party, Americablog sides with establishment politics and economics. Be careful… History has a way of running over those who stand in its way.

  2. PA Rao says:

    So those 28% of black people and 41% of hispanics don’t exist?

  3. Dano5 says:

    There’s no requirement. Each party gets to run its own selection process.

    Q: How many people do you want to consider themselves Members of the Democratic Party?

    I would think it’s in the interests of the Democratic Party to encompass a large number of people, and to make itself more inclusive than exclusive. Unfortunately, the Establishment of the Democratic Party thinks otherwise. They’re more interested in protecting their donors and their revolving doors than they are in representing working Americans, or even winning elections. That’s why I left the Democratic Party years ago. And that’s why more people consider themselves politically independent than they consider themselves aligned with either party.

    Sanders is criticized for not being a “real Democrat”. I disagree. I believe that Bernie is far more of a real Democrat — like FDR — than any of the current lot. The current Democratic Party represents donor corporations, not Workers. Bernie represents Workers. And that’s why we support him.

  4. sarae says:

    You sure it was Bernie who lost votes?

  5. Anthony Sportsman says:

    Independents are swing votes, we vote for the best candidate (based on our opinion of course and usually limited knowledge). The problem is, when it comes time to vote for the president, there isn’t a decent one. On the rare occasion that a decent candidate runs, they are kept from getting any traction by the two party system that has systematically closed off every route available for a third party candidate, to include state and local laws that prevent a third party candidate from being able to run. Independents are what ALL voters should be.. Look at the issues that the candidate is running on and decide which one you think will be best for the country, as opposed to the current system, just vote for your party..

  6. Barbara says:

    Right – I meant “independents” as in, the people in polls who call themselves Independents as opposed to Democrat or Republican. The population is made up of something like 40% of these independents, 30% Democrats, and 24% Republicans.

    And that group, right now, is composed of defectors from the two main parties, as well as people who’ve never joined either. But that means that they have, in all likelihood, almost nothing in common, so would probably never vote the same way on anything.

    I think there’s an actual “Independent” party, too. Not sure what that’s all about, but I think they show up on at least some states’ ballots.

  7. Anthony Sportsman says:

    Actually.. most states don’t recognize “independent” status, if you
    aren’t registered as a democrat or a republican, you won’t even appear
    on the ballot.

  8. Anthony Sportsman says:

    Actually.. most states don’t recognize “independent” status, if you aren’t registered as a democrat or a republican, you won’t even appear on the ballot. THAT is why the primaries should be open, at least until these private corporations are removed from power and public parties open up for real leaders to get into positions of power.

  9. Red Town says:

    They’re naiive.

  10. Bill_Perdue says:

    How’s the weather in Langley?

  11. ksimms says:

    Are you really quoting one of the founders of Communism, the group who killed 10x more people than the Nazis? I know its trendy for people who have never had the privilege of living in a Communist country, but take it from someone who lost half of his family to them: you are a moron.

  12. ksimms says:

    A lot of them are GamerGater types who fancy themselves “libertarians”. They just want to see the world burn from their parents’ basement.

  13. ksimms says:

    Ksimms for Bernie also reminds us that Obama was ahead of Hillary in both pledged and Super Delegates in 2008. An important distinction. I want Bernie to run at least to Penn, and maybe CA, in order to have an input on VP selection and platform, but I’m not delusional. The race is over.

  14. ksimms says:

    Bernie got pummeled in NYC. Hillary was hurt more by those disenfranchised voters than Bernie. She would have won by 20% if they were allowed to vote.

  15. ksimms says:

    Voters in Brooklyn overwhelmingly voted for Hillary. Hilary probably lost more votes than Bernie. But keep going with that narrative, it’s really working for you.

  16. ksimms says:

    I have unfortunately seen a lot of sexism (there is a lot of overlap between Gamergaters and BernieBros) and some racism from fellow Bernie supporters. Haven’t seen any homophobia, though.

  17. Mixa Klimment says:

    I’m very impressed by Putin. He should be our leader and not this psychopath Hillary

  18. Carolrsalazar1 says:

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  19. Bill_Perdue says:

    Actually, the opposite is true. “Clinton Defends Albright and Steinem Apologises as Sexism Claims Dominate Democratic Racehttp://www.alternet.org/election-2016/clinton-defends-albright-and-steinem-apologises-sexism-claims-dominate-democratic-race

  20. Mike_in_the_Tundra says:

    Why do you feel this is sexist?

  21. TJ Johnson says:

    Let’s even the playing field. If you don’t like closed primaries, then you also shouldn’t like caucuses. Alternatively, please find the part of the Constitution that requires primaries to be open.

  22. LitShips says:

    “hundreds of thousands of disenfranchised voters”

    If every single one of the 150,000 voters who allegedly were disenfranchised voted 100% in lockstep for Bernie, Hillary would have still won New York by 8 points.

  23. TJ Johnson says:

    According to the Sanders folks, the NYS Board of Elections has special powers to know how to purge voters who would have only voted for Bernie Sanders.

    The Board f’d up — but you can’t assume Bernie lost any more votes than Hillary.

  24. LitShips says:

    “You’ll look pretty on your knees.” Yeah, you’re not sexist at ALL…

  25. Bill_Perdue says:

    Democrats are the same as Republicans and both are bad news for decent people who want an end to wars, union busting and Obama’s border racism.

  26. Fireblazes says:

    When one of the main points is this generation of colored citizens,is the understanding that they are one generation from racist
    lynching, or in the generation of now, is how a cop, can cold bloodedly murder you,
    get away with it and then successfully sue you for a civil rights
    violation. A normal person would be extremely pragmatic and wary of Messiahs

  27. Fireblazes says:

    2 words, Premature #Bernijaculations!

  28. Fireblazes says:

    But still, you help him get elected, and not the = evil. Hmmm, such bullsh!t.

  29. Fireblazes says:

    No matter who invites you, you can’t take a bus to Rome.

  30. Fireblazes says:

    Not many, they are very smart and know how things work.

  31. Marie Jean says:

    Spot on. Hillary exited the race with class and urged her disappointed supporters to support Obama. She also campaigned for him.

  32. Marie Jean says:

    Why should he have received air wave time? He didn’t distinguish himself as a senator and only “became” a democrat, in name only, to benefit from the party affiliation. He has shown nothing but contempt for the party and the establishment during this campaign. How ironic he should be trying to dictate to the party to which he doesn’t even belong. And he expects to get super delegates, not even having the most pledged delegates. What world does he and his team live in? I assume he will go back to being an independent at the end of this process.

  33. Snidely70448 says:

    Two words: Bimbo eruptions.

  34. Voodoo Chile says:

    Oh I’m totally fine with that. I’m specifically talking about people who take to calling the the most liberal people in the country a bunch of racists, sexists and homophobes who want free stuff. See the last two weeks of posts on this site for example.

  35. dieter heymann says:

    I have written before and still hold that his trip to Rome was a bloody mistake. Captains remain on their sinking ships.

  36. dieter heymann says:

    Independents have their own parties all of which happen to have a single candidate hence no primaries or caucuses. Independent candidates will be on the ballot in November when Independent voters can vote for or against them. Meanwhile please stop whining about Independent voters disallowed to vote in the Democratic or Republican primaries or caucuses. Independent has always meant “I do not buy into the Democratic or Republican Parties”. Hence Independents should never be allowed to vote in a Democratic or Republican primary or caucus. Such a voter misrepresents nay lies about himself or herself.

  37. lageorgia says:

    She needs to stay in the Senate where we really need her.

  38. lageorgia says:

    The Republican and Democratic parties are PRIVATE corporations and the purpose of the primaries is for the Republican and Democratic parties to chose THEIR candidate. It is not the purpose of the independents to chose the party candidates nor should the independents have a say. Independents when choosing their non party status forfeit the right to vote in closed primaries. This is the way the Republican and Democratic parties set up their rules within their private corporations.

    If an independent doesn’t like the fact they won’t be voting in a closed primary then they are welcome to become a member of one of the parties.

  39. JB20010 says:

    Loud and ignorant is no way to go through life, son.

    Educate yourself.

  40. chicagotribunefragments says:

    And when Pres Cruz takes your Social Security away and gives it to Goldman Sach you will not look so pretty in your rage.

  41. chicagotribunefragments says:

    Especially when you know whatvl the deal is when you make that choice.

  42. chicagotribunefragments says:

    Just because people didnt vote for Bernie does not mean they are not liberal. Believe it or not I have issues with having Bernie Sanders as President. Even if I like some of his ideas.

  43. chicagotribunefragments says:

    Make the Democrats more liberal. Please.

  44. Barbara says:

    What makes a third party not viable among current independents is that that particular group of people have few common interests; “common interests” is what makes up political parties. I think, for instance, a third, “moderate” party might work, when the left and right go off into extremes as they are doing now; that’s because “moderates” as a group have a lot in common. I’ll be interested to see if that happens in the near future, in fact – and I would join that party myself.

    In your case, perhaps you can start the “anti-duopoly” party, and see where that goes….

  45. Bill_Perdue says:

    ”PRINCETON, N.J. — In 2015, for the fifth consecutive year, at least four in 10 U.S. adults identified as political independents. The 42% identifying as
    independents in 2015 was down slightly from the record 43% in 2014. This
    elevated percentage of political independents leaves Democratic (29%) and
    Republican (26%) identification at or near recent low points, with the modest
    Democratic advantage roughly where it has been over the past five years.”


    “Democratic turnout has fallen drastically since 2008, the last time the party had a contested primary, with roughly three million fewer Democrats voting in the 15 states that held caucuses or primaries through Tuesday, according to unofficial lection results. It declined in virtually every state, dropping by roughly 50 ercent in states like Minnesota and Texas. In Arkansas, Alabama, and Georgia, he number of Democrats voting decreased by roughly a third.”

    “The all-off in Democratic primary turnout — which often reveals whether a candidate s exciting voters and attracting them to the polls — reached deeply into some f the core groups of voters Mrs. Clinton must not only win in November, but urn out in large numbers. It stands in sharp contrast to the flood of nergized new voters showing up at the polls to vote for Donald J. Trump in the epublican contest.” http://www.nytimes.com/2016/03/03/us/politics/hillary-clinton-voter-turnout.html?_r=0
    Sayonara, DPakaRP

  46. Voodoo Chile says:

    Same. I never thought I’d see the day when the most liberal voting block was called racist, sexist and homophobic, and who are traitors for not supporting domestic spying and torture programs. And whose liberal policy goals are “asking for free stuff,” which is how Ronald Reagan would have phrased it. I expect these sorts of attacks from people like Rush Limbaugh, but not from Democrats.

  47. Bill_Perdue says:

    HRH HRC is a mad dog warmonger and a rabid racist.

  48. Max_1 says:

    52 IS young.
    I live in Washington State.

    But… of course I need to fit in a box for your narrative to apply to me.
    However, I will say this, when it comes time for you to beg me to vote for Hillary…
    … You’ll look pretty on your knees.

  49. Max_1 says:

    The State of New York should learn to not change voting precincts and stop the illegal purging of registered voters…
    … Of course people will blame the victims for their skirts are far too low informational, NO?

  50. Max_1 says:

    This election has taught me that I’m far too Liberal to be a loyal Democrat…

  51. Max_1 says:

    The bully technique is interesting, for it shows a character of authoritarian appeal… Vote for your candidate or else.

    Who knew ‘progressives’ appeal to the Authoritarian diplomat?

  52. Fireblazes says:

    But, it’s all the rage among the young folks.

  53. Bill_Perdue says:

    Trump is just as bad as HRH HRC.

  54. Fireblazes says:

    My impression of Ron Paul and BS politics.>^

  55. Fireblazes says:

    You’re thinking of Bush, he’s not running this time.

  56. Max_1 says:

    And BEFORE that 6 months, how much air waves did Sanders actually get?

    Remember: we live in a hypermedia propaganda opinionated era. Where facts are threatening and opinion is called reporting.

    Now, care to discuss the purging of registered voters and how THAT comports to a fair election process???

  57. Fireblazes says:

    The Caucasian is just reporting statistics, any judgement made on such is your own.

  58. Fireblazes says:

    You are such a good little Trump zombie.

  59. Fireblazes says:

    Guess we’ll never know, because the primary system is closed, like it should be.

  60. Max_1 says:

    I am registered as a Democrat. I am registered because I know that the two-party duopoly has a strangle hold on the financial system and election process in America and I will continue to support Democrats that seek to change the system from within. The duopoly has ensured that a third party isn’t viable. This is why Sanders is popular and hated at the same time. The ‘system’ of duopoly doesn’t like being threatened from within. This is why Clinton bought 33 Democratic State Parties through the DNC to ensure the ‘system’ stays in tact. Buying votes… A Democratic value?

  61. Fireblazes says:

    The only real difference is that Paul’s supporters didn’t expect everything for free. Neither did they believe that the Boomers owe them a free path to paradise.

  62. Fireblazes says:

    Anytime, clueless misogynist.

  63. JB20010 says:

    I’m disenfranchised from voting in the 49 states where I don’t live.

    Help, help. I’m being oppressed.

  64. Phil in FLL says:

    My comment referred to war crimes that Trump and Cruz have been proposing. Gaddafi was killed by the Libyan opposition, not by the Obama administration. War crimes are regarded as targeting groups of civilians or civilian populations. The Western intervention in Libya involved no war crimes, but the actions of Gaddafi during the Libyan Civil War did. Therefore, you haven’t even addressed my comparison of Trump and Cruz vs Hillary. Simply beginning your comment with the phrase “let the facts prevail” does nothing to support your argument.

  65. JB20010 says:

    If Sanders supporters couldn’t take the time to learn the rules and deadlines for the NY primary…

    Maybe they should stop calling minorities, or anyone else “low information voters”.

  66. Arnes says:

    His surrogates and some fanatical supporters are destroying his candidacy.

  67. Barbara says:

    Why don’t you just register for a party, then? You’re “disenfranching” yourself.

  68. Arnes says:

    They had 6 months from the moment BS announced his candidacy in April 2015 to the deadline in October 2015 to research their states voting laws, register, update their party affiliations, etc etc. they can’t complain now just because they were sidetrack with all this feeling the bern hype.

  69. Arnes says:

    Yes. She won by a huge margin.

  70. Red Town says:

    You need to be careful when you register as “independent”. It can lock you out of elections you might otherwise have wanted to participate in.

  71. Bill_Perdue says:

    Many TV commentators, except HRH HRC supporters, took notice of the extremely restrictive primary voting laws in NY. They are meant to maintain a modern version of Tammany Hall.

  72. Bill_Perdue says:

    Democrats, particularly Dixiecrats, are just as bad as Republicans.

  73. Bill_Perdue says:

    Warren is a Democrat and the DP is right centrist, pro war and anti union party whose DoJ refuses to prosecute racist killer cops.

    Warren and Sanders are defined by the DP and those policies and by their association with the DP, not their pathetically timid ‘opposition’ to them.

  74. Bill_Perdue says:

    HRH HRC is a rabid racist and a mad dog warmonger. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ALXulk0T8c

  75. Max_1 says:

    The United Nations needs to step in and oversee the democratic process in America.


  76. Max_1 says:

    What we’re forgetting is that the largest voting block, Independants, are disenfranchised from the ‘process’ that doesn’t represent the will of the people. HAD Independants been allowed to vote, would Hillary really have won?

  77. Max_1 says:

    125,000 people in Brooklyn alone, disenfranchised.

  78. JB20010 says:

    Tea bagger troll fail.

  79. Victoria2016 says:

    If the majority of the blacks would work hard as the middle class of the whites and latinos communities they would see that no matter how much they work they are not getting ahead and that is the reason why these people are supporting Sanders. But because blacks are receiving all the freebies from the government paid by the working class, who are getting f*&^ by the system, they don’t give a S..t

  80. Victoria2016 says:

    Why blacks are supporting Hillary, is it because they like how the
    government provide them welfare, medical, and food stamps? since they do not suffer
    the consequences and hardship that the middle class are going through
    they don’t get Sanders message

  81. Demosthenes says:

    Clearly New Yorkers went with a candidate who voluntarily moved to New York (Clinton) over one who voluntarily moved away (Sanders).

  82. Moderator4 says:

    Yes, it’s getting old. He has been warned. Next time he does it, he’s out of here.

  83. Moderator4 says:

    You have become a one-note wonder. Knock it off and write something else. This is a warning.

  84. JB20010 says:

    After Rosario Dawson’s ringing endorsement…

    Bernie lost the Bronx by 40 points.


  85. Voodoo Chile says:

    Another right-wing democrat that can’t tell the difference between liberals and conservatives.

  86. Voodoo Chile says:

    Or Elizabeth Warren

  87. Voodoo Chile says:

    Is anyone going to remind the author of this article that he is a white man?

  88. JaneE says:

    I know that I will not be entirely happy with the next president, even if the person I vote for wins. I may or may not be enthusiastic about the person I vote for. Even if my most favorite candidate wins, and does everything they can to do everything they promised, I am fairly sure that not all, and maybe not much at all will be actually be accomplished.

    That doesn’t mean that I will throw away my vote deliberately, in protest or a fit of pique. It doesn’t mean that I won’t vote because I can’t see the difference between the candidates. It doesn’t mean that I won’t encourage everyone to vote for the person they think will do the best job, though I may not be very forceful on the issue when talking to someone who indicates they don’t prefer my candidate and party.

    And getting angry or insulting someone who doesn’t agree with me is just childish.

  89. rikperry says:

    Let the facts prevail . . . “the State Department refused any negotiation with Gaddafi [resignation] proposal. Immediately after hearing that Gaddafi had been captured by rebel forces and killed, Clinton famously joked in a television interview, ‘We came, we saw, he died’ and laughed.”

    Did Hillary Clinton, who admires Henry Kissinger, honestly believe her intervention was a humanitarian mission? Not bloody likely. How do we know? Her own emails tell us so.” . . .

  90. kladinvt says:

    I guess HillaryInc pays you to ignore the hundreds of thousands of disenfranchised voters?

  91. Phil in FLL says:

    At a certain point, your endless repetition of that meme becomes spam. You’re spamming every blog post that you disagree with by cutting and pasting almost the same text about the blogger being paid to disagree with you—on the false assumption that no one could possibly disagree with you in good faith. Get over yourself.

  92. Phil in FLL says:

    I don’t remember Hillary talking about carpet-bombing civilian population centers in ISIS-held territory, employing enhanced torture techniques, targeting the families of terrorists for assassination or other possible war crimes suggested by Trump and/or Cruz. Rev, Channel, how does it feel to be manipulated into assisting the general election victory of a sociopathic, war monger? And please don’t tell me that the Democratic and Republican tickets are “just the same,” “almost the same,” ad nauseum. That would be entering troll territory.

  93. GeorgeSalt says:

    “looks just like Ron Paul politics”

    BINGO!!! I’ve also noticed lots of similarities between this year’s Bernie Bros and the rabid Ron Paul followers back in 2012. It wouldn’t surprise me if they’re basically the same crowd. Some of these people aren’t who they claim to be.

  94. Phil in FLL says:

    Bernie’s campaign manager is making a tactical mistake by planning a campaign after June 7 based on opinion polls. Here is an excerpt from the Politico article (link here):

    Sanders campaign manager Jeff Weaver said Tuesday night that even if, at the end of all the primaries, Hillary Clinton has won the delegates she needs for the nomination and still leads the popular vote, the Vermont Senator’s team will spend the months ahead of the Democratic National Convention working to flip her superdelegates to Sanders’ team… “They are going to want to win in November,” Weaver said. “And if the polling continues to show that Bernie Sanders is a much stronger candidate in the general election” those superdelegates will flock to him.

    Weaver is claiming that superdelegates will flock to him and overturn both the popular vote and total of pledged delegates based on opinion polls. Although Bernie is entitled to stay in until the last group of primaries on June 7 to see what his actual grand total is (like Hillary did in 2008), it would be better for him to make a final decision on June 7 (also like Hillary did in 2008).

  95. Phil in FLL says:

    On November 8, 2016 vote Socialist or Labor, vote for good referendums and if there aren’t any Left candidates write in Chelsea Manning or join the majority in sitting it out.

    Above is an excerpt from the BP comment that you “liked” below. Although you may not have been reading this blog long enough to realize it, that has been cut-pasted-and-spammed many thousands of times, and the translation of that excerpt is: “Progressives shouldn’t endanger Republican victory by voting.” Just so you know… or maybe you already do.

  96. Webster says:

    Latinos for Bernie reminds us that Barack Obama lost the New York primary by 17.1% to Hillary Clinton in 2008…

  97. hiker_sf says:

    I wonder how many non-whites are independent and were not able to vote for Democrats?

  98. FrnchDp says:

    more generalizations and insults.. you’re on fire this fine morning.

  99. FrnchDp says:

    But isn’t voting for the establishment candidate mean you prefer the establishment to retain the control and power it’s had for decades?

  100. FrnchDp says:

    Thanks for the generalization. Very kind of you.

  101. Fireblazes says:

    Nothing left for you but insults, so much for “new politics” , looks just like Ron Paul politics.

  102. Fireblazes says:

    Sadly, all Sander’s disciples have left is misogynistic insults.

  103. Fireblazes says:

    I wondered where all of the Ron Paul supporters went, now I know, they have become #BernieBrats…

  104. Fireblazes says:

    I don’t think he is saying that at all. Reporting raw data is not implying anything about Sanders being racist. What the data points to is a wider problem of Sanders being able to attract those groups he needs to be elected president, and more specifically why he lost so dramatically in New York.

  105. Snidely70448 says:

    Apparently, the less politically aware you are, the more likely you are to vote fore Bernie. A woman voting for Hillary is like a chicken voting for Popeye’s.

  106. BeccaM says:

    Did your troll-masters pay you overtime?

  107. Jamesi3m says:

    This is exit polling, not official records. Either those cohorts were too few to get a statistical basis, or too few identified themselves as such.

  108. metta8 says:

    Why are asians, latino men and others not applicable?

  109. RevChannel says:

    How does it feel to be manipulated into voting for a sociopathic, war monger? You are bragging about voting against your own interests. Amazing!

  110. Dave Foster says:

    Blacks have never been very bright!

  111. Tara True says:

    White men feel threatened. White men want to hold onto power, so they prefer white men.

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  113. Tony Brasunas says:

    Wow, implying Sanders is racist and sexist in a single article. You earned your bribe tonight :-)

    It’s like:
    “I don’t know for certain that Hillary is antisemitic. I mean, she doesn’t really seem that way to me, at least not openly.”

  114. hiker_sf says:

    My God, he must be a racist. Otherwise, this post would be pointless.

  115. kladinvt says:

    Did HillaryInc pay you extra tonight?

  116. Bill_Perdue says:

    “History repeats … first as tragedy, then as farce.” Karl Marx

    The age of the mutually self-defeating lesser evils is in full swing as American political life is embodied in the phrase Reductio ad absurdum.

    The 2016 election looks to be between two equally disgusting and widely disliked members of the ruling class, HRH Trump and HRH HRC.

    Both are Robin Hood figures in reverse. Both are rabid and unappealing racists. Both are mad dog warmongers. Both are involved up their necks in various schemes to steal from the poor and give to the rich.

    ” April 17, 2016 – Both parties’ presidential front-runners are growing increasingly unpopular, a new Wall Street Journal/NBC News poll finds, with Hillary Clinton showing an especially steep decline over the past month. Among voters in both parties, 56% hold a negative view of Hillary Clinton and 32% hold a positive view. That 24-point gap is almost twice as wide as in a Journal/NBC poll last month, when 51% viewed her negatively and 38% positively, a 13-point gap.

    Meanwhile, Donald Trump continues to be the candidate in either party viewed most negatively, with 65% of registered voters viewing him unfavorably and 24% favorably, a 41-point difference. Unlike with Mrs. Clinton, those numbers haven’t changed much over the past month.” http://www.wsj.com/articles/both-parties-presidential-front-runners-increasingly-unpopular-1460898001?mod=djemalertNEWS (my underlining)

    Gore Vidal’s description of the American clown wars was more precise than he could have imagined. “There is only one party in the United States, the Property Party … and it has two right wings: Republican and Democrat. Republicans are a bit stupider, more rigid, more doctrinaire in their laissez-faire capitalism than the Democrats, who are cuter, prettier, a bit more corrupt — until recently … and more willing than the Republicans to make small adjustments when the poor, the black, the anti-imperialists get out of hand. But, essentially, there is no difference between the two parties.”

    On November 8, 2016 vote Socialist or Labor, vote for good referendums and if there aren’t any Left candidates write in Chelsea Manning or join the majority in sitting it out.

    “It is better to vote for what you want and not get it than to vote for what you don’t want and get it.” – Eugene V. Debs

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