"Yet, at this point, Trump has less popular support than Bernie Sanders. As Raw Story reported, Trump wins about 30.4 percent of Republican voters; Sanders about 30.8 percent of Democratic voters, but the latter vastly outnumber the former. Nate Silver of FiveThirtyEight estimates that Trump is backed by about 6 to 8 percent of total voters. E.J. Dionne in the Washington Post estimates his base at 13 percent, similar in size to that of George Wallace."
These statistics are inordinately useful in warding off the hysteria coming from too many pundits who decry the state of America based on Trump's fan base. In other words, derogatory characterizations made to apply to ALL Americans generates from a pool of about 8% of voters.
If approximately 8% of the U.S. population is gay, how many here would be content to hear the frame, "WE are all gay"? (This analogy might succeed in driving home how these WE frames work.)
Once again, one can only imagine the poll numbers if Mr. Sanders had a fraction of the media time & spotlight allotted to the rich clown.