Bernie's fate in the CA primary is in the hands of the hispanic vote

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Hispanic Voters Will Decide Bernie Sanders?s Fate in California | FiveThirtyEight

An interesting analysis by Nate Silver. The guy is just the best when it comes to this numbers shit.

So far, 17 majority-Hispanic districts have voted in the Democratic campaign: 10 congressional districts in Arizona, Florida, Illinois and New York, and seven state Senate districts in Texas (which tabulates its vote based on state Senate boundaries rather than congressional boundaries). Of those 17 districts, Clinton has won 16. In fact, she’s dominated them, winning an average of 66 percent of the vote to Sanders’s 34 percent. The lone, weird exception is Chicago’s earmuff-shaped 4th Congressional District, where Sanders won by 16 percentage points.4
 
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I'm just glad that the primary season is almost over. Now, we can finally get on with the business of the actual presidential election.
 
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I'm just glad that the primary season is almost over. Now, we can finally get on with the business of the actual presidential election.
As crazy as Sanders is, Hillary is just unable to get rid of him. Sanders owns his loyal followers which will cause tremendous trouble for Hillary, she has to move far, far to the left so she can get them on her side like "free everything" and bingo!!!
 
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As crazy as Sanders is, Hillary is just unable to get rid of him. Sanders owns his loyal followers which will cause tremendous trouble for Hillary, she has to move far, far to the left so she can get them on her side like "free everything" and bingo!!!
Life is pretty simple and carefree for you, isn't it?
 
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