- Apr 13, 2011
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The Vermont Senator is poised to arrive at the Democratic convention as the stronger candidate to take on Trump.Senator Bernie Sanders would defeat Donald Trump relatively easily in a general election, according to the latest polls. An average of the three most recent major polls predicts a victory of more than 14 points, which would be a landslide in modern presidential politics.
As the country adjusts to the notion that a xenophobic, racist billionaire will be the Republican candidate for the presidency in November, no doubt many hope the strongest candidate emerges from the Democratic Party to defeat him.
- CNN/ORC, May 1: Sanders obliterates Trump by 16 points
- IBD/TIPP, April 28: Sanders defeats Trump by 12 points
- USA Today/Suffolk, April 24: Sanders defeats Trump by 15 points
The polls are clear on who that candidate is.
And at this point, it isn’t just the polls. Political analysis of the two Democratic campaigns also indicates Bernie Sanders is the stronger candidate.
Read more @: Sanders Crushing Trump in Polls 53% to 38 %, Seen as Strongest General Election Candidate
If you want the candidate that is, as of today, a guarantee win against Trump then vote Sanders.