Is Hillary Clinton afraid Bernie Sanders will win the Democratic primary? The recent articles on the net would give the appearance that she is. According to Politico Hillary is planning on stopping Sanders’ momentum and present lead in the democratic race at this time. In addition, Bill Clinton according to Politico batters and blasts Bernie Sanders in New Hampshire before the New Hampshire primary. Bernie Sanders is leading in the Democratic race by double digits, and with this resent news from Politico it would appear that Hillary Clinton could be afraid that Sanders will win the primary.
Bernie Sanders does have a big following at this time with the American public. This is more apparent since the New Hampshire primary on Tuesday. Hillary only received 38% and Bernie Sanders obtained 60% of the vote. Hillary is trying to appeal to the female population to increase her votes at this time, and it appears many young women support Bernie Sanders at this time. This is a time in America when many women would love to see a women president, but do not believe that Hillary is that candidate. Hillary Clinton being a women candidate isn’t sufficient enough for women to support her. Many young women of today focus on issues and considering the gender of a candidate as a foundation in voting for them is insulting to many young women. It isn’t about gender in this society, and standing behind a women to empower women is not a necessity anymore.
Hillary Clinton has a long list of scandals and it is apparent the American public is tried of her and her scandals. In addition, the president himself has not endorsed Hillary Clinton, at this time and remains neutral until the primaries are over. Obama endorsing Clinton could be a sloppy assistance at this time, but it could help Clinton tremendously. This is because Clinton is very dependent on the minority vote and moreover the African-American Democratic vote. The president endorsement of Clinton could make it easier on Clinton, but could also make it harder on Clinton, with the presidential approval rate at a low at this time. In addition, it appears members of Congress is waiting to see who the president endorses before they present an endorsement of either candidate.
Is Hillary Clinton afraid Bernie Sanders will win the Democratic primary? If she isn’t, she probably should be. The recent news and primary results in New Hampshire, show Bernie Sanders in the lead for the Democratic nomination, and Hillary Clinton not even close to Sanders. A 60% for Sanders versus a 38% for Clinton, is a showing of more than 50% of the American Democrats are in support of Sanders. In addition, Sanders has a vast majority of the younger female voters in America.