While bogging down rank and file Democrats with anti-Russia/anti-Trumpism, party leaders failed on self-criticism and showing an ability to investigate flaws and deficiencies within their own house, the 2016 Democratic primaries.
Exit Polls in Democratic Primary vs. Exit Polls in GOP Primary - Steemit
Lee Camp interviews Stacey Asip-Kneitschel on Bernie Sanders was victimized by Democratic Party leadership and…
>>>… At least 12 exit polls conducted in March and early April by Edison Research had projected Sanders’ votes significantly higher than his final counts — beyond the margin of error of plus or minus 4 percentage points that is typical of Edison’s state exit polls. The greatest discrepancies stacked in Clinton’s favor occurred in Massachusetts (which was 8 percentage points higher for Clinton in the final result than the exit polls showed), Tennessee (+8.3 percent), Texas (+9.3 percent), Mississippi (+9.9 percent), Ohio (+10 percent), South Carolina (+10.3 percent), Georgia (+12.2 percent) and Alabama (+14 percent).
In stark contrast, exit polls in every GOP race but two were spot on — even though Edison had deployed the same interviewers, the same methodologies, on the same days, at the same locations, for Democratic contests in all but three states (that held primaries on separate days)….<<<