Only a small majority of Bernie Sanders voters say they will definitely support the eventual Democratic nominee at the 2020 election if the independent Vermont senator does not win the race, according to a poll.
The National Emerson College Poll of 1,128 registered voters between January 21 and January 23 found that 53 percent of Sanders supporters said “yes” when asked if they would support the Democratic nominee even if it is not their candidate.
Another 31 percent of Sanders supporters said it depends on who the nominee is and 16 percent flat-out said no. The poll, conducted via landline calls and an online panel, has a 2.8 percentage point margin of error.
The poll suggests some Sanders supporters are out of step with their own chosen candidate on the question of supporting the Democratic nominee regardless of who it is.
“Let me be clear: If any of the women on this stage or any of the men on this stage win the nomination—I hope that’s not the case, I hope it’s me—but if they do I will do everything in my power to make sure that they are elected in order to defeat the most dangerous president in the history of our country,” Sanders said at the recent Iowa debate.
The votes weren't rigged
The process was
Bloomberg allowed to debate
Attacks socialist Bernie
Dems pushed Buttigieg & Klobuchar out
Kept Warren in
The media ran propaganda interference for Biden
— Jim Hanson (@JimHansonDC) March 4, 2020