Post DNC Debate Poll Results

Vote.us.org conducted online polls during October 13-25, 2015 to identify democrat views and trends for 2016 presidential election. The sample includes 5,301 adult American self-identified democrat males between ages of 18-32 from all over United States.

Vote.us.org Releases Survey Results for first CNN Democratic Debate October 2015

Vote.us.org conducted online polls during October 13-25, 2015 to identify democrat views and trends for 2016 presidential election.

The sample includes 5,301 adult American self-identified democrat males between ages of 18-32 from all over United States.

Results from the survey indicate that:

Bernie Sanders won the first CNN democratic debate

 

Vote.us.org poll finds Bernie Sanders leading among the self-identified democrat males aged between 18 and 32.

Bernie Sanders: 89.9%

Hillary Clinton: 6.6%

Jim Webb: 1.5%

Martin O Malley: 1%

Lincoln Chafee : 1%

A detailed copy of the 2015 October Nationwide Vote.us.org survey report can be viewed here.

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