The Chorus Grows Louder By The Hour – Bernie Sanders Won The Debate

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“When a debater wins every single poll, when a debater wins every single poll by a large margin, and when a debater wins every focus group poll, then It probably means that the Debater won in the eyes of the people.
1. C-SPAN: Sanders (7.2k) |Clinton (938)
2. TIME: Sanders 60% | Clinton 12%
3. CNN: Sanders 81% | Clinton 12%
4. Drudge: Sanders 61% (126,448 votes) | Clinton 6.74% (13,925 votes)
5. Dailykos: Sanders 59% (7,970 votes) | Clinton 34% (4,659 votes)
6. Slate: Sanders 75% | Clinton 18%
7. Syracuse: Sanders 78.11% (3,190 votes) | Clinton 15.77% (644 votes)
8. Fox5: Sanders 77.35% (30,248) | Clinton 15.86% (6,204 votes)
9. MSNBC: Sanders 81% | Clinton 12%
10. Wishtv8: Sanders 77.65% | Clinton 13.15%
11. Advocate: Sanders 77% | Clinton 19%
12. Nationalreview: Sanders 558 votes | Clinton 39 votes
13. 9news: Sanders 8.9k votes | Clinton 2.2k votes
14. Wwnc: Sanders 78% | Clinton 15%
15. Philadelphia.cbslocal: Sanders 81.03% | Clinton 14.56%
16. Postonpolitics: Sanders 84% | Clinton 10%
17. AJC: Sanders +225 -20 | Clinton +62 -108
18. Controversialtimes: Sanders 84.42 | Clinton 10.39
19. Tcpalm: Sanders 74% | Clinton 18%
20. WRIC 8NEWS: Sanders 75% | Clinton 6%
21. WGY: Sanders 68% | Clinton 12%
A Focus Group is a form of scientific qualitative research that gathers undecided or uncommitted voters for the purpose of evaluating the candidates’ performance in the debates. Three focus groups evaluated Tuesday night’s democratic debate; and three focus groups declared Sanders the victor.
1. Frank Luntz Focus Group: “The participants agreed overwhelmingly that Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders was the big winner at the first Democratic debate.”
2. Fusion Focus Group: “Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders was the most popular candidate among a group of young registered Democrats responding to Tuesday’s Democratic presidential debate in Las Vegas. The panel voted 8 to 3 for Sanders against the runner-up Hillary Clinton, with one panelist saying it was a tie between the two.”
3. CNN Focus Group: “Majority of CNN Focus Group Think Sanders Won First Debate”
Many sources have recognized Sanders as the clear victor
“Bernie Sanders won a major victory in Tuesday night’s first Democratic debate, according to polls, focus groups, media experts, independent analysts and social media analytics.” – DAILYKOS
“Bernie Sanders’ night: Authenticity wins the Democratic debate.” — Chicago Tribune editorial
“This was Bernie Sanders’ night: The candidate of anger and honesty won the Democratic debate.” — Salon’s Colin McEnroe
“Bernie Sanders Clearly Won The Democratic Debate — On Twitter.” — Forbes
“On social media there were more Google searches for Sanders than for any other candidate.”
“He was the most retweeted candidate of the night” — Twitter.”
“He gained more followers on Twitter than any other candidate and Twitter said people talked about Sanders more than any other candidate online.”
“Sanders had the “biggest social moment” of the debate.” — Facebook
“Bernie Sanders raised 1.3 million dollars in the four hours after the debate.”
“Google analytics demonstrated a snapshot of nation-wide reaction; Senator Bernie Sanders seems to have won the debate.”
– Chad A.”

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