Thursday, January 21, 2016

Bernie Sanders is Kicking @ss in Iowa!!!

New CNN/ORC poll released January 21, 2016

Among likely Democratic caucus goers in Iowa, Bernie Sanders now leads Hillary Clinton by 8 points. And Democratic caucus-goers said they trust the Vermont senator over Clinton on the economy by 22 points. And 67% said they thought he would do more to help the middle class (as opposed to only 30% who felt that way about Clinton).

Who would you likely support?

  • Bernie Sanders 51% 
  • Hillary Clinton 43%

Who is your 2nd choice?

  • Bernie Sanders 38%
  • Hillary Clinton 35%

Who most represents your values?

  • Bernie Sanders 57%
  • Hillary Clinton 38%

Who would do the most to help the middle-class?

  • Bernie Sanders 67%
  • Hillary Clinton 30%

What issues are the most important to you?

  • Democrats: Economy 46% (next is Healthcare 20%)
  • Republicans: Economy 37% (next is Terrorism 20%)

* Bernie is also kicking @ass in New Hampshire!!!

(Below) Latest polls results from CNN/ORC poll for Iowa.

CNN/ORC poll released January 21, 2016


  1. By Bob Burnett at Common Dreams on January 21, 2016:

    "Sunday night, January 17th, I watched the Democratic presidential debates with my wife, a Hillary Clinton supporter, and stepson, an Edward Snowden fan. After two hours they concluded Bernie Sanders had won."

    Then he goes on to praise Hillary and concludes ...

    "Now that I think Bernie Sanders has a chance to win the nomination, I’m going to push him (even if he is an old white guy) because he’s got a winning message, strong progressive values; and is most likely to ignite the Democratic activist base."

  2. On Saturday, January 23rd there will be a National Livestream Event with Bernie

    Events will start at 5:30 p.m. ET and Bernie's livestream address will begin at 6 p.m. ET

    Look for a Bernie event near you.

  3. Together, Hillary Clinton and her husband Bill have earned in excess of $125 million in speech income since leaving the White House in 2001 — about $40 million of it in the last two years.

    This morning New Hampshire Democratic Senator Jeanne Shaheen, a big supporter of Hillary Clinton, was interviewed on MSNBC and asked if it was a mistake for Clinton to be taking those speaking fees from the big banks. Shaheen's response was, "That was all in the past, just like Bernie's socialism was in the past."