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#BernieBrosSoWhite? Real Gap in Sanders Support Not from Gender but Race, Ethnicity

Forget the supposed gender divide in Bernie Sanders support. The real divide over Sanders lies between white and non-white Democrats.

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The youth appeal of septuagenarian Sen. Bernie Sanders has been the big story of the Democratic primary so far. But is this another instance of pollsters and pundits overlooking minority millennials? Several recent polls show that among young non-white Democrats, Hillary Clinton is still the top candidate. 

Put another way, it's simply not true that "Sanders dominates among younger voters in nearly every racial and gender category," as NBC reported a few weeks ago.   

In a January USA Today/Rock the Vote poll, for instance, Sanders was the preferred liberal candidate among millennial Democrats and independents overall, leading with 46 percent to Clinton's 35 percent. Among millennials of color, however, Sanders beat Clinton by a mere one point (42 percent to 41 percent).

In a national poll conducted January 19-24 by the Beck Research for the American Federation for Children, Democratic millennials as a whole were again drawn strongly to Sanders (64 percent to 29 percent). But among young Hispanic Democrats, Clinton led 52 percent to Sanders' 38 percent. 

And in the latest NBC News|SurveyMonkey poll—conducted online from Feb 8-14—Sanders was the top candidate for 47 percent of white Democrats, but just 20 percent of black Democrats chose Sanders, with 75 percent supporting Clinton. This racial divide held true for millennials, with 64 percent of young black Democrats in Clinton's camp, while just 25 percent favored Sanders. Among young white Democrats nearly the exact opposite was true, with Sanders the top choice of 75 percent and Clinton just 22 percent.

While America may have "millennial fatigue," the generation is just starting to reach its peak political power. Now that nearly all millennials have reached voting age (by the widest parameters, the last of this cohort were born in the year 2000), they stand to rival boomers for political impact in the upcoming election. The current crop of 18- to 35-year-olds will make up 31 percent of all eligible U.S. voters in 2016, the same percentage of the electorate populated by boomers. (Gen X represents a quarter of eligible voters this year and pre-boomers 13 percent.)

Because young voters tend to turn out in lower numbers than the olds, boomers are still likely to outpace millennials at the 2016 ballot box. But any candidate who can harness the millennial vote still stands to gain significantly. And among millennial voters, Latinos are a big force to reckon with.* They make up about 44 percent of all eligible Latino voters in America, and the largest proportion of millennial voters aside from white non-Hispanics.

About 21 percent of voting-age millennials are Latino, 57 percent are (non-Hispanic) white, 13 percent are (non-Hispanic) black, and six percent are Asian. 

Yet the electoral influence of Latino millennials may be minimized by their concentration in a few geographic locales. While Latinos do make up a sizable portion of voters in some key areas—including Florida (18 percent), Nevada (17 percent), Colorado (14.5 percent), and Illinois (10.5 percent)—more than half of all eligible Latino voters can currently be found in just three states: California, Texas, and New York.

Low voter turnout may also dampen Latino political impact. In the 2012 elections, Latinos had significantly lower turnout than whites or blacks, at 48 percent versus 64 and 66.6 percent, respectively.

While young Latino turnout may be low, however—and white youth turnout has been flat—young black voters have been hitting the polls in increasing numbers (though there is some skepticism among black millennials that this will continue). Black voters as a whole, including black millennials, tend to lean overwhelmingly Democrat. And among these black Democrats, Clinton has a significant edge.

A national survey conducted by Public Policy Polling (PPP) at the beginning of February found Clinton besting Sanders among Democrat-leaning voters as a whole, with 53 percent support to his 32 percent. But this difference was especially stark among black voters, with whom Clinton's support sprung to 82 percent. She was also rated favorably by 79 percent of black voters, with just 9 percent rating her unfavorably, while only 27 percent of black voters rated Sanders favorably and 23 viewed him in a negative light. 

"Bernie Sanders continues to make in roads with most segments of the Democratic electorate," said Dean Debnam, president of PPP. "But his continued struggles with African Americans could give him a lot of trouble when the contest moves beyond New Hampshire to states where there's racial diversity." 

Indeed, Sanders seems to be in for a rough patch ahead in the Southern and Mid-Atlantic primaries.

In South Carolina, which will hold its primary on February 27, PPP this week found Clinton leading 55 percent to 34 percent over Sanders among all likely Democra#mce_temp_url#tic-primary voters, propelled largely by support from the black electorate. In fact, Clinton and Sanders were tied among white Democrats in South Carolina. But blacks make up more than half of likely Democratic voters, and they prefer Clinton by 40 percentage points (63 percent to 23 percent). 

Another poll of South Carolina voters, this one conducted from February 10-12, also put Clinton ahead overall, with 59 percent of the likely Democratic vote compared to Sanders' 40 percent. White Democrats in this poll preferred Sanders by nearly 30 percentage points, but blacks broke for Hillary 73 percent to 26 percent.

In North Carolina, a PPP poll from mid-January found that Clinton also enjoys hefty support from black Democrats, who make up about a third of the primary electorate, in the Tar Heel state. Just 12 percent of black Democrats preferred Sanders, while 77 percent said they would vote for Clinton. Meanwhile, 81 percent of black Democrats said they have a favorable opinion of Clinton, while only 43 percent felt favorably about Sanders. 

The former secretary of state also outshines Sanders in Georgia, which will hold its primary on Super Tuesday (March 1), and Maryland, which votes in April. In Maryland, black Democrats prefered Clinton 10-to-1 over Sanders when polled in January, while white Democrats preferred Sanders by a little less than 2-to-1. Overall, 40 percent of Maryland Democrats said they would vote for Clinton, 27 percent for Sanders, and 5 percent for Martin O'Malley, while 28 percent were undecided. 

In Georgia—where blacks make up more than half of the electorate—a poll from Atlanta's Channel 2 Action News found Clinton favored by 63 percent of likely Democratic voters, with just 21.5 supporting Sanders and 15 percent undecided. "Clinton far and away locks up the African-American vote," the station noted, with nearly 77 percent favoring Clinton and just 11 percent choosing Sanders. Among white Georgia Democrats, Clinton only led by about 15 percentage points. 

Little presidential-polling data exists on Asian-Americans specifically. This is a group that has tended to lean Democrat for the past several decades, although nearly half of Asian-Americans now describe themselves as politically independent and, in 2014, Republicans won the overall Asian vote by one percentage point nationwide.

Both the Republican and Democratic National Committees have been making plays to court Asian-American voters recently. Asians are the fastest-growing racial group in the United States, but also the least likely to vote. They accounted for just 3 percent of the electorate in 2012, and are expected to make up 4 percent of the electorate this year. Asian-American political organizers say they're currently focusing efforts on Nevada, where 8.3 percent of the total population and 7.3 percent of eligible voters identify as Asian or Pacific Islander. The most recent polls show Sanders and Clinton tied among likely Democratic voters there. 

* This post previously stated that Hispanics account for 44 percent of all eligible Millennial voters when it's actually that millennials account for 44 percent of all eligible Hispanic voters. 

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  1. And in the latest NBC News|SurveyMonkey poll…

    Monkey? That’s racist!

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  3. The youth appeal of septuagenarian Sen. Bernie Sanders has been the big story of the Democratic primary so far.

    Hipster appeal? What’s more self-consciously retro than supporting a guy who just doesn’t adopt the look of the ’60’s but actually still thinks it is the ’60’s? Wow, dude, far out! Dig this crazy cat!

    1. Are non-white hipsters even a thing? (I mean other than the white ones who self-identify as something else, like dreadlocks are going to fool us you cracker-ass ofay punk bitch.)

        1. Dear lord. “Blipster”? I hate my generation.

        2. I could have done without having this in my lexicon….thanks :/

      1. Are non-white hipsters even a thing?

        They are if every soft drink or smartphone commercial released in the last five years is any indication.

  4. That’s one aspect I just “love” about our ever increasing multi-ethnic/cultural society – pandering.

  5. I enjoy the group of old, retired, white ILWU guys who convene at the local coffee shop. They all support Bernie. They all have $100,000+ pensions and live in million dollar homes. They are the 1%, and can’t wait for Bernie to stick it to “the rich”.

    I just don’t understand it anymore. I feel like I live in kookoo crazyland.

    1. Dummy, Bernie will target the other 1%. DUH!

      1. There *are* 100 of them, so there is only a 1% chance he is talking about the 1% I am in.

        It’s math, I wouldn’t expect you to understand.

    2. Don’t tax you. Don’t tax me. Tax the guy behind the tree.

      1. That makes sense. What appears to be tree-hugging is actually an attempt to apprehend the guy behind the tree.

    3. See, but that’s not Banker/Hedgefund money to them. (Despite pensions being managed rather similarly to funds)

  6. Post-racial America – When every activity began to be parsed and examined according to race

    1. Needs to be on a bumper sticker

  7. How did she write this whole article without mentioning the word “Jewish”? We’re not supposed to notice that elephant in the room?

  8. Let’s be fair to Hillary – she can’t attack Sanders by saying he’s a crazed socialist who will wreck the economy. Such a criticism will (a) hit to close to home for her and her Democratic allies and (b) alienate the crazy socialist voters who she wants to support her.

    So she has to do Plan B, which is (a) “pragmatism” (“I’m a big shot, I can get things done”), and (b) identity politics (“WHITE MEN support Sanders, and he has a penis unlike me!”)

    1. When you consider how insane the Democratic party has become, you tell me how you win their votes. Frankly, identity politics strikes me as the least crazy aspect to the Democratic party. Identity politics are vile but they are at least content neutral and don’t necessarily involve destroying the nation’s economy.

      1. That’s a good question. Running against a Republican, it’s easy to garner votes from the base simply by being a Democrat. But running against another Democrat in this environment? What do voters want from the Democrat Party these days?

        1. They want full retard and they want it now.

          1. I have a suspicion that someone could run as a Democrat and espouse genuine pre-war fascist views and garner a huge following.

            Wait, Sanders has already done that (lightly, but still did it).

    2. she can’t attack Sanders by saying he’s a crazed socialist who will wreck the economy

      She can only launch thinly veiled attacks insinuating as much?

      Especially after Scalia’s death, watch Hillary tack to the “right”. It already started in the last debate.

      I wouldn’t trust a word out of her mouth, but Trump is sucking up a core Democratic constituency and Sanders is alienating the “moderates” in the party.

  9. “They [Hispanics] make up 44 percent of the eligible millennial voting population, more than any other racial or ethnic group. Whites account for just 27 percent of eligible millennial voters, blacks for 35 percent, and Asians for 30 percent.” Maybe I’m misreading this, but this is well more than 100%.

    1. Clearly, some of these people identify as more than one race, you GOP shitlord!

      1. Isn’t “hispanic” and ethnic and not a racial group?

        I never understood the difference, but that is what I gleaned from the forms.

        1. The entire thing is absurd and is going to fall apart. The reason the old white supremacists were so militant about preventing interracial marriage and embraced the one drop rule is that once people start mixing you can’t tell who is who anymore.

          Old school white supremacy was just another form of identity politics. And like all identity politics it depended on people having a single racial identity. It didn’t work if people considered themselves mixed race. Modern identity politics is no different in that regard. Unsurprisingly, the modern race hustlers follow what amounts to a one drop rule. So, if you are mixed race or a mix of white and some preferred ethnicity like Hispanic or Indian, you are the ethnicity not white. That only works if you severely limit intermarriage and the number of people who are mixes. If you have a lot of intermarriage, people stop identifying as one race and the whole thing falls apart.

          1. Well, the rates of intermarriage are rising. I wouldn’t be surprised if the world ends up normalizing over the next few centuries to a single, more or less homogeneous “race”. Maybe then we can drop identity politics. Who am I kidding? There will always be the male/female and rich/poor axes.

            1. I used to identify as a Whiter Shade of Pale. Now I’m just Eggshell-American.

          2. “Unsurprisingly, the modern race hustlers follow what amounts to a one drop rule. So, if you are mixed race or a mix of white and some preferred ethnicity like Hispanic or Indian, you are the ethnicity not white.”

            Unless it would be convenient for the mixed-race person to be considered white for narrative purposes. Case in point: George Zimmerman.

        2. Yeah, I was confusing a few different categories there. Numbers fixed now. Thanks for the heads up.

      2. When you look at the intermarriage rate between Hispanics and whites, that 44% figure is absurd. If we are going to go by the one drop rule, how many “white” voters are really Italians or Irish or Germans?

        1. Italians are loud and spend all their money on clothes. The Irish are drunk. Germans are farmers.

        2. The Irish aren’t white?

          This whole time I thought I was white.

          1. They didn’t used to be. The Irish used to be so low on the ethnic food chain, freed slaves looked down on them. When “white” meant “English or maybe German” in this country, the Irish were most certainly not “white”.

            1. I knew they were treated like shit, never heard of them not being white though.

              1. To the English and Germans who lived here in the 1840s, they were not white or at least white white. Remember, they were Catholics and Ireland was the poorest country in Europe. Irish and Southern Europeans were not considered “white” by the Germans and English in the 19th Century. They were a lower race. Maybe not as low as Africans or Chinese, but certainly not fully white.

                1. A little known fact about the history of slavery in America, during the early colonial period, Irish slaves were imported to the Caribbean sugar plantations, but they were not suited to the climate. So some plantation owners got the idea to force their Irish slaves to breed with their African slaves to make a hardier breed of slave for the conditions.

                  1. And that’s where Sasquatch came from.

          2. If you’re Black-Irish, then you my friend are the original White-Hispanic.

    2. That’s because the phrasing in the article is completely back to front. 44% of eligible Latino/Latina voters are millenials, 27% of eligible white voters are millenials etc.

      The majority of millenials are white, although in the Democractic primaries maybe not, but they would still almost certainly be the plurality.

    3. Hispanic is not a race, it’s an ethnicity, according to the Census anyway. What that means is you can be Hispanic and White (e.g. most Cubans) or Hispanic and Black (e.g. many Dominicans) or Hispanic and Asian (e.g. some Filipinos) or Hispanic and Native American (e.g. Mexicans of mostly Mayan descent).

      However, the numbers look absurd on their face. Blacks and especially Asians are way over-represented, and Whites are way under-represented. Unless somebody was secretly conducting a breeding program and/or an ethnic cleansing about 20 years ago, those numbers are pulled out of someone’s ass.

      1. I didn’t realize Filipinos were considered Hispanic (or Asian for that matter, but I guess it makes sense).

        So is Hispanic just a term for people from old Spanish and Portuguese colonies? I’m genuinely curious. And why are there only two ethnic groups (Hispanic and non-Hispanic), at least by census definitions?

        1. I didn’t realize Filipinos were considered Hispanic (or Asian for that matter, but I guess it makes sense).

          Not all Filipinos, but yes, when it was a Spanish colony there were more than a few Spaniards who took Filipina wives.

          And why are there only two ethnic groups (Hispanic and non-Hispanic), at least by census definitions?

          That could fill up a whole book.

        2. I don’t think most Filipinos consider themselves Hispanic, any more than they consider themselves American. They mostly speak Tagalog and other “indigenous” languages with English being the “official” language of government. Far more people have Spanish surnames than actually speak Spanish. However, some Filipinos do consider themselves Hispanic and I couldn’t think (at the time) of a better example of Hispanic+Asian, except through intermarriage.

          The exact definition of the term “Hispanic” is ambiguous. The exclusion of Spanish and Portuguese people living in Spain and Portugal strikes me as a little specious. There does however seem to be a rough correlation between the use of the term and prior status as a Spanish or Portuguese colony combined with a sizable extant Spanish or Portuguese language community. It looks like the Census rolled it all into one category of “Hispanic, Latino, or Spanish origin” in 2010, though.

          I honestly have no idea why there aren’t other ethnic categories.

          1. I honestly have no idea why there aren’t other ethnic categories.

            Think “affirmative action”. The whole point is to identify who the govt thinks needs a “leg up”.

        3. My understanding is that the census bureau invented the term hispanic. Its a classification, that actually doesn’t define any race, or ethnicity, just geographic origin – particularly the Caribbean, Central and South America.

        4. Don’t venture outside of your pigeon hole, or else you’ll end up as a dead letter.

  10. The real big story shaping up in the democratic party (but that the “mainstream” media of course won’t talk about) is that Hillary appears more and more to be in terrible health.

    I think there’s pretty good reason to believe that she’s not physically fit enough for the rigors of being the president, and might not even survive one term.

    1. “I think there’s pretty good reason to believe that she’s not physically fit enough for the rigors of being the president, and might not even survive one term.”

      Reason to believe, to hope, to pray that this is the case. Many reasons.

    1. It is entirely possible the election could come down to Sanders versus Trump. If it does, the election will be a giant thrown down between the hipsters and the white trash. The whole thing will be one giant hate fest among white people. The rest of the country will be irrelevant.

      1. And in comes Gary Johnson to save the day!?!? If only people were logical.

        1. Yep, riding on a giant porcupine that he had unnaturally grow in size with his 1% libertarian money.

          1. riding on a giant porcupine

            Ouch

      2. But I’m a hipster with a white trash family. Who am I suppose to vote for?!?

        1. “Hipsters for Trump” would be a great bumper sticker.

          1. In futura font with a minimalist illustration of blonde trump hair and hipster glasses

          2. Trumpsters?

          3. It would be a great alternative rock group.

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    This has been posted before but is worth posting again. Hipsters love Bernie because he is, although old, just like them; an angry entitled bum. There has never been a bigger loser run for President in this country, not even Lyndon LaRouche. Take a look at who Sanders is

    Sanders spent most of his life as an angry radical and agitator who never accomplished much of anything. And yet now he thinks he deserves the power to run your life and your finances ? “We will raise taxes;” he confirmed Monday, “yes, we will.”

    One of his first jobs was registering people for food stamps, and it was all downhill from there.

    Sanders took his first bride to live in a maple sugar shack with a dirt floor, and she soon left him. Penniless, he went on unemployment. Then he had a child out of wedlock. Desperate, he tried carpentry but could barely sink a nail. “He was a shi**y carpenter,” a friend told Politico Magazine. “His carpentry was not going to support him, and didn’t.”

    1. Then he tried his hand freelancing for leftist rags, writing about “masturbation and rape” and other crudities for $50 a story. He drove around in a rusted-out, Bondo-covered VW bug with no working windshield wipers. Friends said he was “always poor” and his “electricity was turned off a lot.” They described him as a slob who kept a messy apartment ? and this is what his friends had to say about him.

      The only thing he was good at was talking ? non-stop ? about socialism and how the rich were ripping everybody off. “The whole quality of life in America is based on greed,” the bitter layabout said. “I believe in the redistribution of wealth in this nation.”

      Then he tried his hand freelancing for leftist rags, writing about “masturbation and rape” and other crudities for $50 a story. He drove around in a rusted-out, Bondo-covered VW bug with no working windshield wipers. Friends said he was “always poor” and his “electricity was turned off a lot.” They described him as a slob who kept a messy apartment ? and this is what his friends had to say about him.

      The only thing he was good at was talking ? non-stop ? about socialism and how the rich were ripping everybody off. “The whole quality of life in America is based on greed,” the bitter layabout said. “I believe in the redistribution of wealth in this nation.”

      1. He finally wormed his way into the Senate in 2006, where he still ranks as one of the poorest members of Congress. Save for a municipal pension, Sanders lists no assets in his name. All the assets provided in his financial disclosure form are his second wife’s. He does, however, have as much as $65,000 in credit-card debt.

        Jesus Christ how do you sleep at night.

        1. What kind of a fool has 65k in credit card debt?

          1. what kind of fico score do you think that comes out to. he fucking probably can’t even qualify for a toaster on layaway at kmart.

            1. If you can’t pay your credit card in Full each month, just cut it up. You’re not ready for the responsibility. Also you’re not ready to govern a kindergarten class much less be president.

          2. A liberal who has only ever been employed at taxpayer expense. No wonder he want the government to pay everyone’s student loans off – he put his on his credit card.

            1. Technically the government wouldn’t be paying off student loans, just forgiving them because at one stage or another the loans are issued by the government in the first place. It’s more like destroying a government asset than using it to pay someone else. A minor technicality really.

        2. I’ve got less than a third of that and it keeps me up sometimes.

          1. just the phone calls alone should keep you up with that kind of debt.

            1. True. Fortunately, I pay more than the minimums each month so no harassment for me.

        3. Wow. He makes $170k/year and has made $100k/year since1990, all the while with generous benefits.

          Now I’m really curious where the $3.4 million in gross income he has earned since 1990 has gone.

          1. Gifts to the United States Treasury?

            1. Well, he does have a reputation for being genuine.

              Still, it’s odd. Maybe everything is solely in his wife’s name because he is demonstrably incapable of financial responsibility?

              1. Either way, even after taxes the guy should have a sizable nest egg.

              2. Or to hide it?

                Or hidden under a shell corporation?

          2. Legally hidden in real estate?

            He has at least one rental property?

    2. Sanders spent most of his life as an angry radical and agitator who never accomplished much of anything

      TBF: that part in bold describes most politicians.

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  13. His support among young people is interesting. It’s not at Obama 2008 levels, but there does seem to be a lot of enthusiasm for him among millennials.

    Do they really like his policies that much? Or is that generation just really desperate something different (to them).

    There is an interesting psychological dissertation there that will probably never be done correctly.

    1. I think it is that Hillary is just that awful and the leftist yute vote has to go somewhere. Hillary managed to bully every other plausible candidate out of running. I honestly think if Fauxchontus or Biden had ran, Sanders would be the fringe nut candidate he actually is. The true believers just have nowhere else to go.

      1. Warren, yeah, I can see. But there *is* real excitement for these people. Sanders can at least plausibly claim to be an older version of the current hipsters. But Warren (like almost all politicians) is a part of the class they claim to hate so much.

        Maybe it isn’t as widespread as it seems, I dunno.

        1. I think they are excited because they are morons and getting excited about political candidates is what they do. These people are going to spend the rest of their lives trying to recreate the magic of voting for the first black President, especially if they were too young to actually do that.

      2. I still think Biden is a possibility. If Hillary takes out Bernie in the next few primaries and then has either serious health issues (see Domestic Dissident at 10:23 above) OR Obama lets shit about the server come forth, there could be a “draft Joe” movement.

        1. I can’t figure out if Biden is the most dangerous Democrat or just seems that way because Hillary and Sanders are so bad. Biden really is a moron. Even still, I find myself thinking he would be an improvement over Obama and certainly better than Hillary and likely better than Trump. And that is really scary.

          1. Biden at least knows how to negotiate with the Senate, having spent more that 1/3 of a term there, and will likely improve the relationship between Congress and the Executive. Whether that is a good thing or a bad thing is up to you.

    2. From my friends in the age group: No one who grew up around the Bush era wants to vote Republican. They think third parties and independents are a wasted vote (as many do), so they are all Democrats. But to their credit, unlike Democrats outside of their age group, they are aware that Hillary Clinton is pure fucking evil.

      They are very passionate about Sanders because they can’t imagine not voting for the Democratic candidate and they don’t want to vote to Clinton (though they probably will if Sanders doesn’t win). Everything else is justification.

    3. Old people, with pockets full of Werther’s Originals, always attract all the kiddies.

  14. Asians not voting may tied to their philosophy and culture, one of self-reliance and hard work. I wonder how “well” Asians are represented among social justice activists.

    1. Not well. Can you imagine what a disgrace and embarrassment someone like Arthur Chu is to his family? Here they are at the big family get together and all of the other branches of the family have kids who are finishing their PHDs in some hard science or going to medical school or playing for a philharmonic somewhere and poor Chu’s family has to talk about how their son won a game show and now makes a living screaming at people on the internet. Those poor people.

    2. Asians not voting may tied to their philosophy and culture, one of self-reliance and hard work

      What alternate universe do you reside in and what is Superman’s origin story there?

      1. Confucius say = “Filial piety and fraternal submission,-are they not the root of all benevolent actions?”

      2. Talking USA. See Sowell’s Wealth, Poverty, and Politics. Call it self-selection. Those Asians who leave – or are expelled – from their countries of origin and come to the US are different (also see, for example, Chinese v. Malays in Malaysia). Cf. (the very successful) Jews.

      3. By the way, responsibility to and reliance on a small group, let’s say a family, is different to relying on a government’s redistribution.

  15. Sounds like a plan to me dude. WOw.

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  16. The Burn is a secular jew who has spent his adulthood in 97% white Vermont. This will resonate.

    The only other jew I know of who got into a position of seriously seeking the office was Barry Goldwater. Goldstein was pummeled in the 1964 election. Goldwater was a very decent man. He devoted much of his effort to restoring the pride of Arizona American Indians.

    Sanders doesn’t hold a candle to Goldwater.

    1. Goldwater. Jewish name, but not a jew.

      1. He was not a Jew by matrilineal recknoning, nor did he practice Judaism, but both his paternal grandparents were Jewish.

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    1. Their deep Christian faith?

      1. Approachable folksiness?

    2. Name recognition among the otherwise politically disinterested.

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