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2016 Postmortem

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Agschmid

(28,749 posts)
Thu Apr 14, 2016, 11:15 PM Apr 2016

**** Who won the debate? **** [View all]


138 votes, 2 passes | Time left: Unlimited
Bernie.
121 (88%)
Hillary.
15 (11%)
Democrats.
0 (0%)
Republicans.
0 (0%)
Britney Spears.
2 (1%)
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**** Who won the debate? **** [View all] Agschmid Apr 2016 OP
No one. bigwillq Apr 2016 #1
It was a frustrating watch IMO. Agschmid Apr 2016 #2
It was on at work, so I mainly listened to it. bigwillq Apr 2016 #4
+1 one_voice Apr 2016 #5
Wait for the kids to rush to the online polls. Beacool Apr 2016 #3
Britney might beat Hillary... Agschmid Apr 2016 #6
LOL!!! Beacool Apr 2016 #14
Old Hillary supporters do not understand the Internet. Logical Apr 2016 #18
The what? Agschmid Apr 2016 #21
Nahhhh, we just have better things to do than give a fig about online polls. Beacool Apr 2016 #24
Lol, like wasting time whining here? Nt Logical Apr 2016 #25
Who's whining? Beacool Apr 2016 #36
Hillary's cage? Nt Logical Apr 2016 #41
No, sweets, the Sanders supporters' cage. Beacool Apr 2016 #44
Sweets? Really? Nt Logical Apr 2016 #47
. Dem2 Apr 2016 #58
What cage, babe? DisgustipatedinCA Apr 2016 #80
we register on time instead of Tweeting every fleeting thought. bettyellen Apr 2016 #27
Every clueless thought IMO. Nt Logical Apr 2016 #30
Yeah- tweets are generally a huge fucking waste of time. bettyellen Apr 2016 #34
This is a very self involved generation. Beacool Apr 2016 #43
Wow you really hate other generations. northernsouthern Apr 2016 #53
Actually, I'm not old. Beacool Apr 2016 #65
Do you notice the ferrumy? northernsouthern Apr 2016 #68
Young whippersnappers just won't get off her grass. nt revbones Apr 2016 #76
I wanted to say this...but resisted! Silver_Witch Apr 2016 #87
You are kidding right? northernsouthern Apr 2016 #57
I am noting their historic levels of non participation. And they haven't been doing enough to move bettyellen Apr 2016 #61
No you are wrong. I have posted on this. northernsouthern Apr 2016 #69
73? 96% ?!?! Demi turnout has been less than 12% on average in most states. Ain't bettyellen Apr 2016 #70
Compared to the last primary. northernsouthern Apr 2016 #72
no one got 96% of anything- the Obama primaries got double the voters out. More young bettyellen Apr 2016 #73
Sorry 2008, no primary in 2012. northernsouthern Apr 2016 #75
Turnout has been less than 12% on average- was over 20% of registered Dems for Obama. bettyellen Apr 2016 #77
Ok... northernsouthern Apr 2016 #85
LOL- "Record turnout at last night's legislative dinner! " And for Republican Idaho caucus! bettyellen Apr 2016 #88
Lol, missed that. northernsouthern Apr 2016 #94
I guess caucuses did much better than the voting, because voting was off. bettyellen Apr 2016 #95
It was not just Caucus states, the largest one was a Primary, and several primaries did really high. northernsouthern Apr 2016 #97
the open primaries get more voters too. no many more of those, though. bettyellen Apr 2016 #98
Yeah. northernsouthern Apr 2016 #99
No, just pointing out that online polls are worthless and are not representative. Beacool Apr 2016 #67
Well they mean the majority of the people involved in the internet traffic... northernsouthern Apr 2016 #71
I didn't vote in this poll. I'll vote where it counts though. shadowandblossom Apr 2016 #101
As opposed to online comments. Major Hogwash Apr 2016 #81
No but they may try to sell them . . . LetThemEatCake Apr 2016 #93
Demographically northernsouthern Apr 2016 #103
for the clickety click naysayers restorefreedom Apr 2016 #46
So very dismissive. northernsouthern Apr 2016 #51
Thank goodness. I just had it seeded. Beacool Apr 2016 #54
Well at least you own it. NT northernsouthern Apr 2016 #59
Yes Bernie has the support of a lot of young people. totodeinhere Apr 2016 #56
No, just pointing out that online polls mean zip. Beacool Apr 2016 #64
I'm glad you spoke up! I've been looking for you in order too... ChisolmTrailDem Apr 2016 #63
Gotta admit, shocked I haven't made it on that list yet... Agschmid Apr 2016 #74
Isn't it funny? Beacool Apr 2016 #84
Morgan James. nt jmg257 Apr 2016 #7
Captain Morgan. Major Hogwash Apr 2016 #82
These kinds of polls show only how unbalanced DU has become ... Onlooker Apr 2016 #8
I like it because I can see who actually has me on ignore... Agschmid Apr 2016 #11
LOL...I think you're on the milder end of the scale Armstead Apr 2016 #16
Haha thank you, I try. Agschmid Apr 2016 #17
Excellent point!!!! George II Apr 2016 #22
Yep, that's why I come here for the entertainment value. Beacool Apr 2016 #33
It is funny the whining from hill fans. And seeing the arrogance. Makes... Logical Apr 2016 #48
About even Armstead Apr 2016 #9
Agree. Agschmid Apr 2016 #12
Me too. Didn't like the snark or innuendo. bettyellen Apr 2016 #29
Britney Dem2 Apr 2016 #10
Ask the crowd WhaTHellsgoingonhere Apr 2016 #13
It sounded like they were chanting... Agschmid Apr 2016 #19
Hmmm, 78% to 11%, that's less than the admitted Sanders/Clinton ratio on DU. Watsup? George II Apr 2016 #15
Some folks are voting for Britney. Agschmid Apr 2016 #20
"show usernames" is always the same thing, time after time Dem2 Apr 2016 #32
It was a Sanders win but he could have been far better. RepubliCON-Watch Apr 2016 #23
I think she is "done". Agschmid Apr 2016 #26
What do you mean exactly? nt RepubliCON-Watch Apr 2016 #31
I think she can't be bothered to do another debate if she takes NY. bettyellen Apr 2016 #37
I think they are both "over" this. Agschmid Apr 2016 #38
I agree. I think likely it'll be a contested convention. nt RepubliCON-Watch Apr 2016 #40
It won't be. Beacool Apr 2016 #60
I get that. RepubliCON-Watch Apr 2016 #62
I don't think that Sanders will surpass Hillary in the pledged delegate count. Beacool Apr 2016 #66
Bernie NWCorona Apr 2016 #28
I voted Bernie, but that isn't who I think won. Kalidurga Apr 2016 #35
Yah she was a good moderator. Agschmid Apr 2016 #39
Online polls while not scientific show Bernie winning debate handily. Pundits -another story. EndElectoral Apr 2016 #42
Draw BeyondGeography Apr 2016 #45
Bernie wasn't getting booooooooos XemaSab Apr 2016 #49
These results as lopsided as the state of Washington's results. w4rma Apr 2016 #50
Wolf Blitzer dchill Apr 2016 #52
Bernie had her on defense most of the nite. jillan Apr 2016 #55
Which is not a good look for her XemaSab Apr 2016 #78
The audience ruined it for me. ecstatic Apr 2016 #79
Systemic Bias LetThemEatCake Apr 2016 #83
Welcome to DU.. Nice post... Fumesucker Apr 2016 #89
Thx LetThemEatCake Apr 2016 #92
One campaign is trying to divide and conquor, the other is trying to unite and overcome Fumesucker Apr 2016 #102
We lose LetThemEatCake Apr 2016 #86
So, since this person admits he works for the Hillary campaign, he's probably not on a lot of Zira Apr 2016 #90
Good call LetThemEatCake Apr 2016 #100
Tie Bernie best on issues but HRC best on name recog and celebrity snowy owl Apr 2016 #91
BRITNEY FREAKING SPEARS???? LostOne4Ever Apr 2016 #96
Lol. Agschmid Apr 2016 #107
Really, we all lost, because it was on CNN. nt IamMab Apr 2016 #104
This message was self-deleted by its author .99center Apr 2016 #105
I've watched the first half Demnorth Apr 2016 #106
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