I’M not supporting Trump, Zack. But there are people that could go either way: either Trump or Sanders, some in each camp, who are “keep it local” for the economy.
They might not CARE about the other issues as much, but they’re anti-globalism, which is probably the only thing that Sanders and Trump have in common, with the exception of both being New Yorkers, white, and around the same age.
THOSE people who are borderline do not fit the stereotype of either the Sanders *or* the Trump supporter.
If *I* was running an anti-Trump campaign for Sanders, which I’m not because I don’t _do_ this part of the process, a good campaign would be to acknowledge their common protectionist stance (appealing to the Trump supporters who are borderline), but then highlight where the split from each other. and why Sanders will be better for a local economy over Trump.
I haven’t seen that strategy but it could help bring people over.