“Once you get out of Washington ‘conservative’ can mean all sorts of different things. Voters are often left of center on some issues and right of center on others. So someone like Trump or Sanders who talks about themselves in a way that doesn’t fit into a pre-ordained box could be appealing to a lot of people,” says Chris Ellis, a political science professor at Bucknell University.
Source: The Republicans Who Support Bernie Sanders – The Atlantic
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“What if” is sorta useless, but I wonder what would have happened had there not been a Donald Trump — the proportion of his people who would’ve gone to Bernie.