Here’s What KJP Had to Say When Asked About Biden Commuting Hunter’s Sentence
Federal Reserve Makes an Announcement About Interest Rates
Media Repeatedly Shed Tears for Repeat Offender Hunter, and a Hockey Writer Finds...
The Economist Took a Close Look at the NYT's Bestseller List and Found...
Biden Vetoes Chance to Give U.S. Troops a Pay Raise Despite Spending Seven...
State Votes to Block Candidates From Office After 81 to Keep People Like...
Joe Biden Thinks Felon Son Is Being Victimized
House Votes to Hold Attorney General Merrick Garland in Contempt
Voters In This Crucial Blue-State Explain Why They Are Voting for Trump
How House Republicans Are Standing With Israel: NDAA Amendments
You Won’t Believe How This High School Spent a $10,000 Grant
Turley Weighs in on How Pelosi's Admissions Highlight Credibility Issues of J6 Committee
Lia Thomas Loses Legal Challenge to Compete in the Olympics
Hamas-Supporting Anti-Semites Are Somehow Getting Even More Brazen and Vile
Another California City Became a 'Sanctuary' for Trans People
Tipsheet

Another Poll Shows Bernie Sanders Gaining on Hillary

Last week, Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-VT) came within single-digits of Mrs. Clinton in a battleground state poll. This week, he's seemingly putting the Granite State into contention. Not bad for a self-professed socialist, eh?

Advertisement

The Hill reports:

Sen. Bernie Sanders is just 12 percentage points behind Democratic frontrunner Hillary Clinton in New Hampshire, according to a new online poll.

While the poll has a 6 percent margin of error, it highlights the emerging strength of Sanders as a liberal insurgent against Clinton.

Indeed. As the article notes, Clinton garnered 44 percent of the vote among Democrats — Sanders just 32 percent. But that’s far better than how he usually performs against her in national samples. For instance, Fox News’ latest offering showed Sen. Sanders capturing just 11 percent of the vote, fully 46 points behind the presumptive Democratic nominee. So trailing by 12 points in a state poll doesn’t sound all that bad in comparison — especially in a state as important as New Hampshire.

In other words, he must be doing something right, and apparently, he is.

Join the conversation as a VIP Member

Recommended

Trending on Townhall Videos

Advertisement
Advertisement
Advertisement