Actually, there is. There will be no republican support him. THere goes half of voters who count. Bernie doesn't have the full support of his party, so that puts the total who support him below a majority, much less an overwheliming majority.
BTW, imititation is the sincerest form of flattery, even if it doesn't apply. Try to formulate original responses rather than parrot mine.
Or is original thought beyond your capabilities?
#212 | POSTED BY GOATMAN
No, silly goose.
Republican rank-and-file voters rejected the traditional GOP candidates like Jed Bush, Rubio, Cruz and went for the wild card in Trump. Why? Well, because even they wanted things like full access to healthcare, wanted their jobs to not be sent overseas, etc. and Trump spoke to that while Hillary didn't.
Bernie would do VERY well with working and middle-class Trump voters.
Now, you won't believe anything I'm saying if you don't believe in the issues that matters most.
Here's a list ...
The following all received 70% support or more:
- Allow Government to Negotiate Drug Prices (79%)
- Give Students the Same Low Interest Rates as Big Banks (78%)
- Universal Pre-Kindergarten (77%)
- Fair Trade that Protect Workers, the Environment, and Jobs (75%)
- End Tax Loopholes for Corporations that Ship Jobs Overseas (74%)
- End Gerrymandering (73%)
- Let Homeowners Pay Down Mortgage With 401k (72%)
- Debt-Free College at All Public Universities (Message A) (71%)
- Infrastructure Jobs Program -- $400 Billion / Year (71%)
- Require NSA to Get Warrants (71%)
- Disclose Corporate Spending on Politics/Lobbying (71%)
- Medicare Buy-In for All (71%)
- Close Offshore Corporate Tax Loopholes (70%)
- Green New Deal -- Millions Of Clean-Energy Jobs (70%)
- Full Employment Act (70%)
- Expand Social Security Benefits (70%)
The above list have bipartisan support.
Just as Clownshack is saying, there's plenty of real data that explains why Bernie Sanders has sustained popularity.