On a day when of the remaining delegates in the Democratic presidential primary will be awarded, Michigan is the biggest prize, allocating pledged delegates. Losing in a state that Sanders has emphasized in the days since Super Tuesday would be a symbolic setback, especially since Sanders upset Hillary Clinton in Michigan in ; Clinton then went on to lose it to Donald Trump. To win the Democratic nomination, Sanders will need to rally the kind of white working-class voters that comprise a large percentage of Michigan Democrats. Multiple polls conducted in recent days have pegged Biden as a clear double-digit favorite.
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As hyped-up as Super Tuesday was, the Democratic primary is hardly over. Thirty-eight states and other jurisdictions 1 have yet to weigh in, and 62 percent of pledged delegates are still up for grabs. The problem for Sen. Bernie Sanders is that former Vice President Joe Biden has jumped ahead of him in national polls — which is enough to make him favored almost everywhere that has yet to vote, according to our primary forecast. But if Sanders were to mount a comeback, where might it start? Our forecast provides a clue.
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Democrats were out in droves this week to cast their ballots in the California primary. Residents interviewed at two polling locations on the Eastside and South Los Angeles described the voting process and why they voted the way they did. While who they supported varied, most described a fairly smooth voting process — despite complaints about long lines and technology glitches elsewhere in the county and state.
Bernie Sanders hopes to defy the odds once again. According to our primary forecast , 2 Sanders and Biden each has a 1 in 2 50 percent chance to win the Evergreen State. Elizabeth Warren have dropped out, we still expect them to get 4 percent of the vote each as Washington is a vote-by-mail state, and lots of votes were cast before they dropped out.