Panel: Can Bernie stage a Michigan comeback 2.0 Team Rising looks ahead to the March 10th elections. About Rising: Rising is a weekday morning show with bipartisan hosts that breaks the mold of morning TV ...
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“Many of the injustices that Sanders has long railed against — the growing chasm between the rich and poor, the hollowing out of the middle class, out-of-control military spending — remain.”
There's another thing Sanders has on his side: math. Sanders has led Trump in nearly every poll, and outperforms most other candidates in the Rust Belt "Blue Wall," which includes Michigan, Wisconsin, and Pennsylvania, that sent Trump to the White House. He has a higher favorability rating among Democratic voters than any other candidate, and also polls well among independents. His primary wins show he can build a broad coalition of voters: Despite the media's dismissal of his supporters as white, male "Bernie Bros," Sanders polls well among Black voters, Latinos, and women.
This, vs. Biden being endorsed by the Detroit Free Press and the Detroit News, 2 larger papers.