Read this. Basically Sanders voters will not vote for her. They are leaving the party and wont likely ever come back. They have just lost the millennial vote.
www.yahoo.com Sanders loyalists disillusioned
"We all have this unrealistic dream that democracy is alive in America," said Debra Dilks, 53, of Boonville, Missouri, who isn't sure she'll vote in November. "Hillary didn't get the nomination. The nomination was stolen."
"I suspect we are witnessing an event that will fundamentally change American politics," said James, 22, of Flint, Michigan.
"He persuaded no one to vote for Hillary," said Greg Gregg, a retired 69-year-old nurse from Salem, Oregon. He said he intends to cast his ballot in November for Green Party candidate Jill Stein, quoting the turn-of-the-last-century socialist labor leader Eugene Debs as saying, "I'd rather vote for what I want and lose than what I don't want and win."
Black Men for Bernie founder Bruce Carter said Monday's speeches from Sanders and Massachusetts Sen. Elizabeth Warren did not persuade him to support Clinton.
"They really agitate people more every time they stand up and do the Hillary Clinton, hoo-rah hoo-rah," he said. Carter, a Dallas resident, said he doesn't fear a Donald Trump presidency: "I've lived under nine white presidents in my lifetime."
In a separate protest, this one against police brutality The crowd chanted, "Don't vote for Hillary! She's killing black people!"
Many of them chanted, "Hey, hey, ho, ho, the DNC has got to go!" and carried signs reading "Never Hillary," ''Just Go to Jail Hillary" and "You Lost Me at Hillary."