Is the Democratic Party finally uniting?
As you can see, Obama's lead is widening.
The bigger gap that exists = the more the party is united.
If Hillary were to win, she would have to un-unite the party first, before she could somehow win.
- ChredonLv 51 decade agoFavorite Answer
The Democratic Party IS finally uniting - we all agree that Bush is a total disaster. We all agree that McCain will be nothing more than Bush on steroids. And THAT, I think, will be enough to convince the vast majority of Democrats that it is in the best interest of this nation to rally around our nominee, no matter who he or she is.
Right now, we're hearing a lot of disappointment from Clinton supporters, and that's natural. It's great for the party that we had two candidates that were able to inspire such loyalty and devotion. But once it's all over, Hillary's supporters will be told, BY HILLARY, to support Obama with all they've got. If they truly trust and admire Hillary, they will do as she asks. But the election isn't over, and it's too early to expect them to lay down arms and admit that Obama would be OK.
- Anonymous4 years ago
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- ConvexLesLv 61 decade ago
If you scroll down on the link you posted, you will see that in head to head match-ups... Clinton leads McCain by 2 points, while McCain leads Obama by 1 point.
I hardly think the democratic party is becoming more united.
- LJGLv 61 decade ago
Let me guess-- an Obama supporter who's trying to prove to people that Hillary is the wrong person for the job and should just back out?
We're all trying to unite despite our differences in candidate. This kind of post is antagonistic and doesn't help the matter any!
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- Answer1001Lv 41 decade ago
Don't get too excited. Other polls show them only 2-5 points apart still. Hillary is also going to win Kentucky and Obama likely to win Oregon. So not so united.
- 1 decade ago
I am afraid that if the Democratic Party does not unite, Our next president will be McCain.
- Anonymous1 decade ago
The more Bush opens his mouth and does his "tough talk" the better for the Democrats.
It will help them unite.
McCain still continues to smooch Bush's butt on the issues that Dems are against.
Bush and McCain are joined at the hip.
- Real GritLv 41 decade ago
Unite around a flawed candidate. Sad, but dems actually jettison the stronger candidate in Hillary.
- DrFlyMomLv 51 decade ago
OMG. Meaningless numbers for people who actually analyze data. Not in the least persuasive.
Lemme throw this at you: would you be convinced to take a new drug if it only showed a 5% efficacy benefit with a +/-2% sampling error. I hope not.
From your link -- "For results based on this sample of 4,409 registered voters, the maximum margin of sampling error is ±2 percentage points."Source(s): Oooh. Look at the thumbs down -- a good sign. Guess I hit an Obamatroll sore spot...
- Anonymous1 decade ago
i hope so. But it seems that Hillarys supporters are going to be very bitter soon. Its insane how they would want a rep in office oppose to sticking to their party.