What New Hampshire Tells Us About the 2020 Election | NYT News

What New Hampshire Tells Us About the 2020 Election | NYT News


So we finally have
actual election results from the state
of New Hampshire. They are clear, and
they are authoritative and they are a little
bit complicated. “Hello, America.” “We are here to stay.” “Our campaign is built
for the long haul.” “We’re going to Nevada. We’re going to South Carolina. We’re going to win
those states as well.” Bernie Sanders has won
the state by a little bit. Two other candidates who
had quite a strong night — Pete Buttigieg
and Amy Klobuchar. Not such a good night for Joe Biden or for
Elizabeth Warren or for anybody else. “New Hampshire.” “New Hampshire.” “New Hampshire.” “We’re here together.” “New Hampshire.” “You all up here
in New Hampshire.” After the debacle in Iowa,
national attention has focused even
more intensely on New Hampshire as the
first real clean test of political momentum
in this race. “People are still undecided.” “Uh, Bernie.” “Bernie Sanders, all the way.” “Mayor Pete.” “Amy Klobuchar.” “Oh, Joe Biden.” “I’ll just probably decide
Tuesday, five minutes before I go in to vote.” New Hampshire is a
classic swing state. “Ronald Reagan is the
winner in the state of New Hampshire.” “Bill Clinton won it.” “It’s neck and neck.” “New Hampshire goes to Obama.” In 2016, Hillary Clinton
prevailed over Donald Trump, but by a tiny margin. It’s a state that’s very
much in play for 2020. “Four more, Trump. Four more years!” New Hampshire might gauge
whether a candidate is able to appeal to certain
other constituencies they will need in
the general election. We have seen over
the last week a real rivalry emerge between
Bernie Sanders and Pete Buttigieg. “Hot, fresh and vegan. Get your Bernie-on-a-stick.” New Hampshire is really
home turf for Bernie Sanders. He comes from right
next door in Vermont. And he also drew
strong support, as he did in 2016, from
younger voters and more liberal voters. “Young voters want
Bernie because he’s fighting for their future. He’s not fighting
for his future. He’s in his future.” [cheering] Bernie Sanders came into
New Hampshire claiming momentum out of Iowa, based on his
lead in the popular vote. “Finally, the votes
were counted in Iowa. Took them a little while. We won the vote
by 6,000 votes.” He has been somewhat
more aggressive with his primary
opponents here … “We don’t have a Super PAC.” … talking about the
difference between himself … “We don’t want
billionaires’ money.” … and candidates in the
race, like Pete Buttigieg, who take money
from billionaires and other big donors. “We are running a campaign
for working people, funded by working people. And that is why we
are going to win here in New Hampshire and
all over this country.” [cheering] The biggest thing this might
mean for Bernie Sanders is that he has clearly
reasserted himself as the dominant leader
on the left wing of the Democratic Party. And then there’s
Pete Buttigieg. “Back in the Obama campaign,
we called it ‘no drama Obama,’ and I haven’t come
up with the right rhyme for Buttigieg.” [cheering] Pete Buttigieg
has claimed, among the moderate candidates,
a sense of momentum in New Hampshire that other
folks were not able to take. “We can’t risk dividing
Americans further. The idea that you’ve either
got to be for a revolution or you got to be for the
status quo leaves most of us out.” His message here has been
pretty similar to his message in Iowa, but really
focused on the idea that he’s the candidate who
can win crossover support in the general election. “We need a politics
that brings all of us in because all of us need a
new and better president.” After finishing at the top in
both Iowa and New Hampshire, Buttigieg now has a
tremendous opportunity to put himself forward at the
national level as the leader of moderate Democrats. Announcer:
“Senator Amy Klobuchar!” The word that Amy Klobuchar
supporters are using to describe what happened
here is ‘Klomentum.’ She came to New Hampshire
after a fifth-place finish in Iowa without a whole
lot of wind in her sails. “It’s been funny
suddenly seeing media come to all of our events.” [laughter] Things just turned around
for her dramatically. If Klobuchar had not finished
so strong in New Hampshire, it might have been the
end of her campaign. “If you are tired of the
extremes in our politics, and you are tired of the
noise and the nonsense, you have a home with me.” She gets the chance to fight
onward to Nevada and South Carolina
and Super Tuesday. I would not make
any plans that are based on knowing a
Democratic nominee anytime soon. Well, I am going
to Las Vegas next, so I probably would have
a chance to do that.

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100 thoughts on “What New Hampshire Tells Us About the 2020 Election | NYT News”

  • Pete the Cheat has had his employee Emily Goldberg fitted into a position on the Nevada Voting Protection Committee … time to make a mess all over their media… and Pelosi's as SHE has had secret meetings with her corporate criminal candidates brainstorming on how to take Bernie down… I'm Done with the BS… Are YOU? #OnlyBernieBecauseNotAnyBlueWillDo

  • Dwight Chenoweth says:

    Youtube, Interview with Rabbi Abraham Finkelstein. by 432HZ. to understand the Talmud readers are the u.s. government boss.

  • 88Gibson LesPaul says:

    We're hearing a lot about policy these days, but only one policy matters: beating Trump. If we don't defeat Trump, there will only be one policy in the future: whatever lines Trump's pockets-rewards his friends-punishes anyone who stands against him, ie., Trumpism.
    For the last 3+ years, Trump has been kicking America in the groin, to the roars of crowds of Repulsives. So far, only Bloomberg has show the willingness to kick him back.

  • 1:21 How awful of those Trump supporters to disrespect the flag like that! They should be ashamed of the way they're waving that torn up piece of freedom cloth!

  • Rev. Jay Goldstein says:

    Hey NYT, your 'expert' might want to be careful before placing bets in Las Vegas on the Presidential race, as it is illegal.

  • It’s obvious democrats want Bernie. Don’t say he won because the moderate votes were split between Amy and Pete, they attract very different people.

  • Bernie won, and he isn't seen first? C'mon. He won BY A LOT since he was against A LOT of awesome candidates who split the vote by a lot!!! He STILL won!! #BERNIE2020

  • Hootaro Setagaya says:

    If my memory is correct, last time it looked like NYT endorsed Hillary, not Bernie. Let me see who they will endorse this time around.

  • It tells us Bernie might get the DNP Presidential Nomination, Trump will get a second term and Putin will get to establish a russina-style dictatorship in the USA. — Leave it to the lazy ignorant extreme-leftists to dream of a "Stalin Socialist America. Never gonna happen! A vote for Sanders is a vote for Trump!

  • Pete has NO PLANS to alleviate student debt in any meaningful way. He's a shill for the corporate elite and he was paid for in that wine cellar.

  • Damian Müller-Nordhorn says:

    Buttigieg CAN pull it off.

    ..if Bloomberg can curb his ego and retract himself in the interest of the American people.

  • Buttigieg is a failed Mayer in his own town with many issues against the non-white population. He loves billionaires and they only consist barely of 40 votes since his Iowa campaign. He is a true manipulative hypocrite and centrist working for the establishment full heartedly! He has no policy and discusses no issues, only hot air. Bernie is consistent since the last 40 years, appeals to the young, the old, the poor, multi cultures, genders and working class, and of course focuses on issues with a resounding clear message. Bloomberg is also full of crap as his past will get to him in his mistreatment of his city citizens through money. Others will lose when each time they attack Sanders such as Warren and the media. Biden elect-ability pumped up by the mainstream media for a year resulted in what? They must admit they have lost.

  • It's very simple NY Times! It tells us Trump won the reelection already. The DNC will never let Bernie get the nomination and traditional democrats will never vote for a self proclaimed socialist. Results, easy Trump 2020 win. The DNC needs to regroup and reorganize, the party is clearly in crisis and can no longer bring a cohesive goal.

  • I'm sorry but the NYT is way off the mark. Iowa & New Hampshire are not indicative of voters when less than 2% of this nations demographics is represented. Other than college towns , both states have an overall aging population. The amount of money and time devoted in these two states is grossly disproportionate to their overall influence on the general election. It's the media hype and the endless mind numbing panel discussions on main stream media that over amplifies their significance .

  • Виталий Дмитриевич Бутерин says:

    Imagine what a Klobacar presidency would do to the White House's plumbing system, especially after 1 year of Sarah Huckleberry Sanders and 4 years of Trump

  • Ryan Connaughton says:

    Can’t concentrate on the video due to the uncanny valley host. Paranoid that something is in my hair and he keeps staring at it

  • Mayor Cheat and Amy Klobe almost have no support from POC’s. A candidate can’t win without black and brown support. Iowa and NH are white liberal states, their “wins” are not representative so they mean nothing #Bernie2020 BABY!

  • Berniebots win yet all they do is gloat, attack other people and peddle their narrative of never ending oppression yet these people “think” they’re better than Trumpists 😂😂😂

  • The NYT is gonna be super salty when trump gets re-elected 😂 Then it’ll be four more years of people crying about issues that aren’t even relevant/true. I’ll have popcorn on standby if anybody would like some, extra buttery, extra salty

  • I think bernie has a good thing going on in general, but i believe his proposals, especially in this political era, will be far too radical for the critical swing states to swallow. People get comfortable after 4 years no matter who’s in power. Combine the difficulty of unseating an incumbent president with the mass expense that bernies plans entail, the huge systemic change that they’ll bring, and i think that no matter what the majority of democrats think, bernie will simply not gain traction in the general election where it really matters. Who knows, maybe the country will surprise me, but realistically i see the net loss of moderate voters in swing states if bernies the candidate as much more significant than the net loss of far left voters in reliably liberal areas if he’s not.

  • Black people hate Pete and Amy, you can't win the Dem nomination without them. If people don't mention this they are deceiving you with their so-called analysis because they know this fact as well as I do. Now, as a Bernie supporter, I welcome their participation as they split the corporate vote.

  • In all honest honesty, both buttigiege and klobuchar just dont clearly lay out their policies or plans. Sanders makes it clear what he wants to do, and thats why he has my vote.

  • Bernie has a better chance of becoming starting QB on the Patriots than free college has of raising the output of the bottom fifth of our mostly brain dead college age youth. And why is it i should pay for the healthcare of the irrespinsible lazy obese snowflakes who gobble down junk food and have no work ethic?

  • moving the way that I move says:

    I wouldn't be surprised of 2020 turns out to be a battle of new York with Trump and Bloomberg fighting for the presidency . Just picture it, two new York billionaires who know each other well battling to see who is the better guy.

  • Black people don’t want Buttigieg. He’s woefully underqualified. They’re going to look at his experience and say, “Wait a minute. Two black senators are out but this guy is still going?”.
    He’s not going to be the nominee. They’d sooner take Klobuchar.

  • NYT generating confusion for DNC Establishment? DNC stills thinks poor, bankrupt compassionate "moderates" are left of center when voters are interested in our best interests, finally! NYT generating confusion for DNC Establishment? Intuition says…Yes.

  • A win is a win, there's nothing "complicated" about that. If literally any other person would've won the primary/caucus so far, the media would be jumping up and down in ecstasy. Instead everyone's just going to talk about how Bernie is barely winning and how everyone BEHIND HIM is doing so well.

  • I see why Sanders supporters mistrust the media…at 3:56 Burns says “After finishing at the top in both Iowa and New Hampshire, Buttigieg now has a tremendous opportunity to put himself forward at the national level as the leader of moderate Democrats” But Buttigieg did not finish at the top in New Hampshire…Sanders did. It’s the thousand little cuts like this that add up to what seems like a determination in the liberal media to undermine Sanders as much as they can.

  • NONE OF THESE CANDIDATES ARE WORTH THE PRESIDENCY TITLE. THEY ALL HAVE DIRTY PAST HISTORY WITH AN EMPTY NEST — EXCEPT ANDREW YANG IS THE ONLY ONE WHO HAS ALL THE GREAT IDEAS. HE IS THE BEST CHOICE….A TRUTH TELLER…. VISIONARY….. RATIONAL.. CHARISMA….ANSWERS EVERY QUESTIONS WITHOUT IGNORING……..INTELLIGENT…..COOL AND A FUNNY GUY. HE FIT TO BE PRESIDENT IN THE OFFICE BECAUSE HE SPEAK LIKE A BOSS / TRUE LEADER WHO COME OUT CLEAN. HE DOESN'T HAS DIRTY PAST HISTORY AT ALL.

    THE FAWKING RACIST PIGS LIKE DNC, MEDIA ESTABLISHMENT AND CORPORATIONS ARE CHEATED, LIARS, FAVORITISM, BULLY AND DISCRIMINATION. THEY'VE TRIED EVERY WAYS JUST TO DESTROY ANDREW YANG — BUT THE MORE THEY DID HIM DIRTY —- THE WORST IT DOESN'T DO THEM ANY GOOD AT ALL. THEY ONLY SHOWS THEIR ULGY TRUE COLORS TO THE WORLD THAT THEY ARE THE MOST WICKEDLY EVIL WITH TWO FACES AND HYPOCRITES. THEY ARE LIKE THE WALKING DEAD ZOMBIES CAME OUT FROM THE GRAVE TO EAT PEOPLE ALIVE. THEY ARE NOT 100% HUMANS BUT POISONOUS SNAKES / WOLVES IN SHEEP'S CLOTHING.

    THEY ARE DELUSIONAL BLINDED TO THE TRUTH AND THAT THEY DON'T KNOW WHAT THEY'RE DOING FOR THE COUNTRY. ALL THEY DID ARE TO GET IN THE OFFICE JUST TO GAIN IN POWER AND MONEY TO CONTROL THE WHOLE WORLD FOR THEMSELVES. AMERICA IS NOW WILL SOON FALL WAY BEHIND OTHER COUNTRIES. SERIOUSLY!! Tells like it is.

    HOPE AMERICA OPEN THEIR EYES TO THE TRUTH AND REALIZE HOW HORRIBLE AMERICA COUNTRY HAS TURN UPSIDE DOWN. HUGE DISASTROUS WILL SOON COME AFTER AMERICA THAN EXPECTED.

  • Americans can't fall for another middle of the road Democrat. Drastic change is needed and that change will go hand in hand with draining the DC swamp and fixing corporate owned media monopoly. Medicare for all is just decent common sense. Bernie 2020.

  • Amy or Pete are the ones I could live with, all the others would be a nightmare. If Bernie got elected it would be 4 years of false promises. Here's more of a cult leader than a serious politician. How exactly does he plan to get any of his plans through a house that can't pass a budget and a Senate that won't cooperate with anything he tries?

  • To be honest,i’m sure that Trump will be re-elected because i don’t trust us voters who need these changes to come through and secure the better future

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