Some things to keep in mindHolman wrote: Clinton can't ignore that so many Democrats want aggressive policies around income inequality and etc, and she would be a fool to ignore that.
1. Among *Democrats*, it's even less close - she's winning 2-1.
2. It's not clear his support is based on his policy stances or that support of his stances will last.
3. Back in 2000, when Bradly was running against the Veep of a popular president, he managed to get 21% of the total vote for the primary despite dropping out halfway through. That suggests to me that there no matter who the frontrunner is, there are going to be those that will support someone else as an alternative.
To be sure, the Democratic party will likely raise the priority of addressing the issue of income inequality. But I'm much more skeptical than I was earlier in the primary season that Sanders was going to produce a long term "revolution".