Black People Politics : How African-American votes could tip the scale for Clinton

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  1. Liberty

    Liberty going above and beyond PREMIUM MEMBER

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    The headline is familiar: Hillary Clinton leads Bernie Sanders by double digits in the race for the Democratic presidential nomination. But look closer at the newest NBC News online poll and one group emerges as the main source of her strength: African-Americans.

    According to the poll, which was released Friday morning, the Democratic campaign is essentially tied among white voters, with Clinton edging out Sanders by just three points. It’s also close among Hispanics, with whom Clinton leads 42-35%. But among African-Americans, Clinton is crushing Sanders by 54 points. That overwhelming black support is the reason Clinton retains a comfortable overall lead of 45% to 31%.

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    so we support the one who hurt us in so many ways.
    welfare reform. put errbody in jail. sent the jobs overseas.
    seems the more you hurt black people, the more we love you.
    i think there is a medical name for that condition.
     
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    Liberty going above and beyond PREMIUM MEMBER

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    Exactly. The one whose husband said regarding President Obama "a few years ago, this guy would have been getting us coffee,""

    How soon we forget.

    http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2010/01/10/game-change-bill-clinton-_n_417546.html
     
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    chuck Well-Known Member MEMBER

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    Obama just had a better rep

    Ben doesn't

    Mark Rubio is also a u s senator

    Donald isn't

    But he get air time as the host of a popular so called reality tv show

    And an former actor was elected president twice

    Yknow yknow yknow

    sigh
     
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