Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders is exceeding President Barack Obama’s historic 2008 presidential run in key areas, suggesting the media is underestimating the Vermont senator’s chances of defeating Hillary Clinton as they did a little-know senator from Illinois last time around.
In 2007-08, no one expected Obama to perform as well as he did against Hillary before he pulled off major upsets in state after state in the primary season . . .
Sanders is currently polling at 25.4 percent compared to Clinton’s 42 percent.
Sanders is also leading Clinton in New Hampshire, the first-in-the-nation primary state, which the former Secretary of State won in 2008 . . .
Sanders is also drawing larger crowds than Obama did. (Read more from “Bernie Sanders Polling Higher, Has More Money, Bigger Crowds Than Obama During Historic ’08 Run” HERE)