US Democrat Presidential hopeful front-runner Joe Biden
There’s every reason to believe former Vice President Joe Biden will be the Democratic nominee outside of some statistically improbable event….
The problem for Sanders is that his best states have already voted. He does best in the west (where Latinos and progressives make up a slew of voters), and the two biggest delegate prizes out there (California and Washington) have already cast their ballots…
Indeed, the Super Tuesday II results point to the fact that Biden’s coalition is quite wide. He is winning urban, suburban and rural areas. Biden’s taking the plurality of votes from African Americans, whites without a college degree and whites with a college degree. The last marks a true departure for Biden from Clinton in 2016.
The bottom line is Sanders needs a miracle to catch Biden. It’s very unlikely to happen.
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