• Sanders wins 80% of his matchups vs GOP over the past 30 days.
• Clinton wins just 49% of her matchups – in same polls, during the same period.
• Sanders' average point spread: 11.5 points. Clinton's? 4.9 points.
Data source: RealClearPolitics.com
Disaster for Dems:
Many well-meaning voters still don't see that Sanders is much stronger than Clinton versus the GOP. Unless they see the truth, many will hold their nose and vote for Clinton in remaining primaries, believing she is more electable.
It's up to you to show them the truth. It's an enormous responsibility. You didn't ask for it, but it falls to you anyway.
People's disastrously false belief about electability places a hundred million US families at risk of suffering years more crony capitalism. You can help change that by relentlessly spreading the truth over the next three weeks of remaining primaries.
• In the past 30 days, since April 13, major polls have matched up Sanders against GOP contenders 51 times.*
• Sanders beat his GOP opponents in 41 of these matchups (= 80%). He lost only 4 times.
• The remaining 6 were statistical dead heats, meaning the outcome was smaller than the poll's margin of error.
• In the same period – in the same polls, which queried the same voters – Clinton faced her GOP opponents 51 times.
• Clinton won only 49 percent of her matchups — a shocking performance when the US presidency hangs in the balance.
• Clinton managed a clear win in only 25 of 51 matchups. She lost 17 times outright, a full third of her matchups — a frightening outcome.
• In the remaining 9 matchups, she managed a statistical dead heat, essentially tying her opponent.
Remarkably, Sanders continues to outperform Clinton in matchups against the GOP as recently as this week — even after mainstream media anointed Clinton "the presumptive nominee." This alone shows incredible electoral strength, far beyond what anyone might expect.
Please get the word out. The more people in upcoming primary states who know the truth, the more momentum Sanders and the progressive revolution will have going into the Dem convention. Thank you.
Upcoming primary states:
5/17 — Kentucky, Oregon
6/7 — California, New Jersey, Montana, New Mexico, North and South Dakota
6/14 — Washington D.C.
*Polling organizations included Cruz and Kasich until they quit their respective races. We think their matchups are still relevant (a) as an overall indicator of Sanders' and Clinton's relative electoral strength, and (b) as a backup in case Trump somehow fails to get the GOP nod (which his party is desperately trying to avoid).