Poll: Sanders takes nine-point lead over Clinton in New Hampshire
Sep 9, 2015 According to recent statistics released by NBC News/Marist Poll, Senator Bernie Sanders has opened a nine-point lead over fellow Democrat Hillary Clinton among party supporters in New Hampshire.
The survey showed that 41 percent of Democratic voters backed Senator Sanders while 32 percent threw their weight behind Hilary Clinton.
While campaigning in Grinnell, Iowa, Clinton told supporters that the forthcoming elections stand as a very crucial landmark in the country’s history and future.
“Young people and others who understand that this is the most consequential elections ever. We cannot under estimate how important it is that we have a democrat in the White House come January 2017.”
Senator Sander, while addressing a rally of supporters in Aiwa said:
“There is nothing we can not accomplish if we stand together. But if we allow them to divide us up as they have for many years, by the color of our skin or where we where born or our sexual orientation; they will continue to dominate and the rich will continue to get richer and everybody else will get poorer. My friends thank you so much for being out here today. Welcome to the political revolution, look forward to working with you in the months to come”