In the two weeks since Hillary Clinton wrapped up the Democratic presidential primary, runner-up Bernie Sanders has promised to work hard to defeat Donald Trump - but he's given no sign he'll soon embrace Clinton, his party's presumptive nominee.
Neither have many of Sanders's supporters. A June 14th Bloomberg Politics national poll of likely voters in November's election found that barely half of those who favored Sanders - 55 percent - plan to vote for Clinton. Instead, 22 percent say they'll vote for Trump, while 18 percent favor Libertarian Gary Johnson.
"I'm a registered Democrat, but I cannot bring myself to vote for another establishment politician like Hillary," says Laura Armes, a 43-year-old homemaker from Beeville, Texas, who participated in the Bloomberg poll and plans to vote for Trump. "I don't agree with a lot of what Trump says. But he won't owe anybody. What you see is what you get."
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