Posted February 11, 2020 07:30:00A lot of people would say that Sanders is the most popular politician in the US.
He is the least disliked.
This was reflected in the most recent CNN/ORC poll which found that Sanders has the most support among Republicans and the least support among Democrats.
But the poll also found that he has the least approval rating of any politician.
This is what is driving his popularity:His popularity comes from the fact that the American people trust him.
He has the support of both parties and both sides of the aisle.
He doesn’t have to be popular to be trusted.
He’s the only politician in America who has received an approval rating that exceeds 50 per cent.
When he was elected to Congress in the late 1990s, Sanders had a reputation as a very liberal Democrat.
He took on Wall Street and the pharmaceutical industry and he was a champion for workers’ rights and the environment.
But now, many Americans think that he is too liberal, too conservative and too old-fashioned to be elected to the presidency.
His popularity is based on his credibility as a leader and as a politician.
His policies are popular with both sides.
His populist agenda of fighting inequality and fighting poverty are popular among voters across the political spectrum.
The problem for Sanders is that the US political system is stacked against him.
We have no representative democracy.
He does not have a real power base.
He cannot have any kind of policy impact in Washington.
His political agenda is limited to fighting for a progressive agenda in the Congress and he’s not doing that very well.
The US political process is too complicated and his political base is not large enough to elect him.
Sanders is also losing the support and the trust of his base.
The biggest problem for the Sanders campaign is that he does not know how to get to the middle class.
Sanders does not seem to understand that there are millions of Americans out there who are working harder than ever before and have not been able to make ends meet.
He thinks that he can win the support by promising a populist, middle-class agenda that is better for everyone.
Sanders may not have any real solutions to the challenges facing the US middle class, but he knows that it is his job to make that happen.
Bernie Sanders has said that he believes in the power of big money and big government.
His plan to reform our political system and increase economic opportunity is a powerful plan that would put money in politics.
He says he will do this through a combination of new campaign finance laws, free tuition at public colleges and universities and more targeted funding to community colleges.
Sanders’ populist, populist agenda is not the only way to fix the broken system.
His solutions to inequality and the lack of economic opportunity are the best way to bring millions of people back into the middle-income brackets and the middle income.
Sanders has proposed raising the minimum wage to $15 an hour and he has called for more public transit, paid sick days, paid family leave, paid holidays and paid vacation time.
He also wants to guarantee a $15 per hour minimum wage and has proposed to increase Social Security benefits and expand access to child care.
Sanders is a true populist who believes that people deserve a living wage and that the economy should be run on the principle of fairness and not just profit.
He believes that the best policies are those that promote economic opportunity, provide jobs, create good paying jobs and help the most vulnerable people in the economy.
Bernie’s populist agenda would also make a big difference in reducing inequality and inequality in our country.
It would help millions of American workers and families get a raise and would improve the lives of millions of working people and families.
It is the biggest agenda of our time.
Sanders also wants a $1 trillion infrastructure investment that would improve roads, bridges, airports, bridges and other infrastructure across the US, build a $2 trillion infrastructure bank, expand health care for the poor, provide free college tuition for all Americans and invest in a strong national broadband network.
Sanders would also create jobs and boost the economy by increasing the minimum wages, investing in infrastructure and making it easier for workers to join unions.
These ideas are supported by the overwhelming majority of Americans.
But many politicians are afraid to bring these ideas to fruition.
They are afraid that if they try, they will be attacked by unions and that this will lead to job losses and economic stagnation.
Sanders supporters often talk about how he is “the only person” with the ideas to fix our broken economy and to rebuild our country, but his plan is far from a panacea.
The fact is that it would take a big, bold, populist movement, one that can unite people, that can build the power and support of the working class, to transform the economy, change the political system, improve the economic conditions of millions and lead to the big, dramatic changes that we need to make in order to get our economy back on track.