My wife follows politics much more than I do and her theory is that every Democrat to hold office for the last few decades has been very pro "big business". So at this point, the Republicans could care less if they win the Presidency because if Hillary wins, they'll just bully her into giving them what they want, just like Obama. Let the Democrats "win" the election but when it comes to making policy, they'll just use the house and/or Senate to block what they don't like. That's why Bernie Sanders is the real wild card in this scenario. If Hillary wins, it'll be business (pardon the pun) as usual. It'll basically be Obama 2.0 for the next 4 years where nothing will be done about huge tax incentives for large corporations and although she probably won't do anything horrible, she won't be doing anything spectacular either. Sanders wants to seriously shake things up and that scares the hell out of a LOT of people. If he gets elected and the GOP starts in with the filibustering and putting insane riders onto bills he's trying to pass, he's not going to just sit there, throw his hands up and go 'Oh well, what can you do'. He's gonna start yankin' some leashes and finally show the general public why things don't get done in Washington.