The Washington Times Weekly - - Politics -

Sen. Bernie San­ders still has his fans. “More than three-quarters of Democrats say San­ders should have a ma­jor role in shap­ing the party’s po­si­tions, while nearly two thirds say Hil­lary Clin­ton — who beat him for the nom­i­na­tion — should pick him as her vice-pres­i­den­tial run­ning mate,” states a new Reuters/Ip­sos poll.

“In a sign that Democrats hope their party can unite af­ter a fierce pri­mary sea­son, two-thirds also said that San­ders should en­dorse Clin­ton,” the find­ings noted. “While most Democrats want San­ders to line up be­hind Clin­ton, about 44 per­cent would like him to make an in­de­pen­dent run for the White House. Some 47 per­cent said he should not.”

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