New Poll Claims Bernie Sanders Has Doubled His Lead Over Trump, Now Up 4 Points

New Poll Claims Bernie Sanders Has Doubled His Lead Over Trump, Now Up 4 Points


Are the lying polls back again?

It looks like they may be.

A new poll is touting that “Bernie Sanders has doubled his lead over President Trump!”

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Oh my!

The poll says Sanders, who used to be leading Trump by 2 points, is now leading by 4 points.

Here is a Twitter exchange between Trump and Sanders:

Yet many on Twitter are saying exactly what I have been saying.....

BELIEVE YOUR EYES!

Your eyes don't lie, and that's the main reason why I believe President Trump holds his MAGA Rallies all over the country.

It's to put on a visual demonstration to the entire country to show how strong his support is.

Because if the polls or voting booths don't back up what we're seeing with our eyes, then people will riot in the streets.  

We're not stupid.

I think this guy summed it up perfectly:

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In other words, if Bern is so popular and actually leading Trump, then why can't he fill a rally like this?

It's a good question.

Actually, a GREAT question.

And the answer is...because the polls are BS!

At least that's what many believe.  

Like this:

Newsweek had more on the new poll:

Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders has doubled his lead over President Donald Trump in a hypothetical general election match-up, according to new polling from Morning Consult.

The latest data, which was drawn from surveys of more than 40,000 registered voters from January 6 to 12, showed Sanders beating Trump by 4 percentage points, up from a previous 2 percent lead, at 46 percent compared to the president's 42 percent. Although Biden still performs slightly better—46 percent compared to 41 percent for Trump—Morning Consult noted that Sanders outperformed Biden among independents and young voters, or those 18 to 29 years old.

Democratic presidential candidate Senator Bernie Sanders (I-Vermont) arrives for a campaign stop at Berg Middle School on January 11 in Newton, Iowa.SCOTT 

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"Some Democrats are nervous that giving Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders, a self-described socialist, the party's presidential nomination would make it harder to achieve their ultimate goal of making President Donald Trump a one-term president," Eli Yokley of Morning Consult noted in a blog post about the results.

However, Yokley added that this perspective didn't match its polling results. "Sanders performs better than his rivals, including front-runner Joe Biden, with groups viewed as key to beating the unpopular incumbent."

Media pundits and analysts have been noting Sanders' resurgence in national and state-level polls since December, as the senator had appeared to slump in 2019 as fellow progressive candidate Senator Elizabeth Warren of Massachusetts had surged along with more moderate former Mayor Pete Buttigieg of South Bend, Indiana. Meanwhile, Biden has remained strong in polling nationwide, while Warren and Buttigieg remain to be strong contenders for the Democratic nomination.

Even Trump noted that Sanders was growing prominence in the primary with a Sunday tweet.

"Wow! Crazy Bernie Sanders is surging in the polls, looking very good against his opponents in the Do Nothing Party," the president wrote. "So what does this all mean? Stay tuned!"

Sanders later retweeted Trump's post, writing: "It means you're going to lose."

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The Morning Consult data also showed that Sanders continues to have the highest name recognition and favorability among Democratic primary voters. While 71 percent of respondents said they have a favorable opinion of Biden, 76 percent said the same of Sanders. Comparatively, 65 percent viewed Warren favorably, while just 50 percent said the same of Buttigieg. Biden was also viewed unfavorably by 22 percent of prospective Democratic voters, but only 17 percent of them had a negative perception of Sanders.

And had to end with a laugh:

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