Just a couple of points to remember as the internet is not always correlated with reality.
At this pt in ’08, 59% of HRC voters would vote for Obama in Nov. (via Gallup) New @maristpoll 69% of Sanders voters will vote 4 HRC in Nov
— amy walter (@amyewalter) April 6, 2016
Additionally the Washington Post reports on an interesting poll in Virginia:
Nearly a third of Virginia Republicans will vote for Hillary Clinton, pick a third-party candidate or sit out the election if Donald Trump is the GOP’s nominee for president, a new poll finds.
Democrats in the key swing state are far less likely to defect if Clinton is the nominee, with just 9 percent saying they would vote for someone else or stay home on Election Day…
the survey finds the former secretary of state leads Trump 44 percent to 35 percent.
Most of the Democratic party is pretty happy with either candidate even if there are strong and passionate supported for both who have strong and loud preferences for one or the other. Putting this in terms that my three year old can understand — dessert can be either a cookie or a yogurt. He’ll be very happy with either one even if he really wanted a cookie last night. The pro-cookie folks won’t throw a tantrum if the cookies aren’t chosen by their other family members.
Now on the other side, the pro-anthrax folks will riot if the tire rimmers win. So relax as historically the Democratic Party is not particularly divided this year.
Finally the musical accompaniment needed for this post is below the fold: