Thursday, April 14, 2016
Bernie Is Finding New York To Be Tough Sledding
Bernie Sanders had a pretty good string of small state victories, but he is having trouble turning that momentum into making inroads into the Democratic vote in New York. Poll after poll shows Hillary Clinton with a double-digit lead in New York, and it's still looking like she will leave New York with a significant majority of the state's delegates.
The latest poll is the Siena College Poll (above) -- done between April 6th and 11th of a random sample of 538 likely New York Democratic primary voters, with a margin of error of 4.5 points.