Whispers of a mass defection of Bernie Sanders supporters that might turn into an #anyonebutHillary moment in November have been circulating in recent weeks but were markedly intensified in recent days.
And now a still-active AOL poll has well over 40% of participants indicating they would consider voting for Donald Trump over Hillary Clinton should Bernie Sanders not receive the Democrat Party nomination.
If the AOL poll comes anywhere close to an actual voter outcome, it would be a monumental shift of millions that would result in a Trump electorate tsunami as the 2016 Race for the White House concludes this November.
It is a fracture within the Democrat base the media has willfully neglected to cover for several months. Beyond the free college crowd which makes up a considerable portion of Sanders supporters, are groups representing various socio-economic backgrounds who align under issues related to gun rights and the growing dissatisfaction of Establishment politics.
Both Trump and Sanders are each considered the only true political outsiders in the race (despite Sanders having been a politician since the 1970’s and a member of Congress since the 1980’s) and 2016 appears poised to be an outsiders election cycle.
Here’s the link for the still ongoing AOL poll. Currently over 12,000 people have voted. Scroll to the very bottom of the story and leave your own vote: HERE