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At the same time, Sanders’s supporters say their movement is as diverse as anyone they’ve seen, from the liberal, suburban-urban gap they believe runs from New Jersey to Los Angeles to Washington DC to D.C. to Silicon Valley and beyond. In a sense, their story is similar to that of black activists and anti-war activists of the 1960s, the late 1990s and the early 2000s, but much older.
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There’s an American belief that Sanders is one of the best positioned to break through and, by contrast, that Republicans hold the key to the election and control of Washington.
A Quinnipiac University poll conducted over a two-day period beginning Jan. 28 shows Sanders drawing 40 percent of the vote from registered voters, slightly higher than Clinton’s 47 percent and Clinton’s 32 percent.
He also holds higher favorability than Clinton, who has 42 percent favorable and 42 percent unfavorable with them. This, coupled with a number of recent polls showing him in a dead heat with Clinton, is giving Sanders more than a shot at making the Democratic nomination.
But that’s not the only reason many Democrats say they want Sanders to win.
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Sanders’s progressive, anti-establishment message, Shortsleeve added, has gotten a lot of attention from the mainstream media. He’s got supporters who see themselves as “real voters,” even if they didn’t pick a candidate, “just trying to put a face” on things that aren’t popular with the general public. They understand “the frustration with the status quo,” Shortsleeve said.
“For some of the issues, we see that,” he added. “But that’s something we all need to continue to think through.”
Sanders also appears to be enjoying the support of more moderate Democrats who see him as the onl