Hillary Clinton Wins First 2016IowaCaucus.com Poll

2016 CLINTON In an unofficial poll Hillary Clinton supporters showed the best organization and won the month long poll with 5,072 votes, garnering 64% of the vote for the Democrat Presidential Nomination. She beat out Bernie Sanders who finished with a strong 28% of the vote.
A new poll will be put out now. It will run for two weeks. Good luck to the candidates and their supporters!

Which Democrat Would You Vote for?

  • Hillary Clinton (64%, 3,245 Votes)
  • Bernie Sanders (28%, 1,409 Votes)
  • Jim Webb (3%, 156 Votes)
  • Martin O’Malley (3%, 131 Votes)
  • Lincoln Chafee (3%, 131 Votes)

Total Voters: 5,072


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  1. George

    She has always been a middle class warrior. Not sure how in the world a Republican is going to beat her with the same old failed ideas.
    Hillary 2016!!!!

    1. Anonymous

      Look at history! Bernie is the warrior. Same message over and over for the last 25 years. Wealthy and corporations are controlLing the country. Wake up and get some coffee!

  2. Anita Williams

    I don’t want Hillary
    she is way too corporate for me

    Bernie Sanders is who I will vote for without any doubt

    1. Anonymous

      So b you would want a communist or Trump?

      1. B.Feagin

        Social security, police, fire, education, the list goes on and on. All of these are not just socialist ideas but socialist practices here in the U.S. Do your research. Communism screams are just whimpers of the ignorant. Educate yourself.

  3. Coy Field

    Bernie Sanders is The Democratic Political Party’s ONLY hope for a win in 2016! Start giving him the support and backing that you should!!!

  4. Coy Field

    I will vote for Bernie Sanders! I will encourage Bernie to run as an independent if The Democratic Political Party does not get behind him!!!

  5. Heidi D

    Hillary’s record is not always fighting for the middle class. She is an agent of big corps. If you do your research the only rational choice is Bernie Sanders. Always consistent and always fighting for every day Americans. One of few, great leaders of our time.

  6. Daniel


    “In six years as a member of the Wal-Mart board of directors, between 1986 and 1992, Hillary Clinton remained silent as the world’s largest retailer waged a major campaign against labor unions seeking to represent store workers.

    Clinton has been endorsed for president by more than a dozen unions, according to her campaign Web site, which omits any reference to her role at Wal-Mart in its detailed biography of her”

  7. Chris

    Hillary IS the 1%. She cannot represent the middle class, she will only be representing the wealthy.
    Check out her donors, see who is supporting her.
    She is also famous for flip-flopping on issues, important issues. Maybe we should have someone dependable and with integrity.

  8. Kathryn

    The Clinton Crime Family will be exposed! Anyone who believes Mrs. Clinton understands the challenges of working families is smoking something. Her career as Sec of State was a “cover” to sell access & grant favors to filthy rich individuals, foreign governments, & enemies of the west should she lie her way to 1600 Penn. ave. Sadly, the US is known for lazy, low information voters willing to vote for anyone promising something free. Corruption at its best.

  9. Anonymous

    Hillary the 1% The Clintons the mid class folks from Yale to the Senate to the WH to the Clinton Foundation…oh yes the people who care about the mid class. Please …..

  10. Anonymous

    Anyone see the results of the current poll? With already nearly 3 times the amount of voters? IOWA! Bernie is coming!!!

  11. Anonymous

    I just LOVE how this article purposefully boats Hillary to win by double digits YET this entire page is flooded in comments supporting Bernie… uh… HELLLOOOOO!!! We’re on to your game!!! We don’t want the Whore of Babylon. Fuck off!

  12. Charles

    My vote stands with former Secretary of State, Hillary Clinton. She most qualified of all candidates whether democrat or Republican. Those that have and are promoting the negatives like not trustworthy and not being pro middle class are doing so based in ulterior motive to cut her down for unjustified reasons. Being president takes more than hot air in talking about what one plan to do. Handling the office is takes more than becoming pop king or queen or topping the popularity charts. This is critically serious and requires some solid experience at all levels of governing. Be ware of candidates that go after another in debates and other appearances instead of focusing on issues and demonstrating working knowledge and experience of the job requirements. Voters must not be essilt swayed by media competing for ratings either. Think about why so many of them are putting so much energy in trying to cut her down.,some have even crossed over into area of making personal attacks. It’s an obtained why. Do the homework.

    1. Anonymous

      this reeks of paid fake testimonial. how much did she pay you?

    2. Anonymous

      Well said

  13. Anonymous

    shame on you!!

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