Bernie Sanders achieve his biggest win of the Democratic presidential race.Bernie Sanders’ surprise pride over rival Hillary Clinton in the Michigan primary.
While Clinton leading Sanders by nine points in a new national NBC News/Wall Street Journal poll. Clinton earned the support of 53 percent of Democratic primary voters, while Sanders took 44 percent.
Beyond March 15, there are “a stretch of states that look quite strong” for Sanders, Silver writes: Idaho, Utah, Arizona, Alaska, Washington, Hawaii, Wisconsin and Wyoming, all of which vote from March 22 to April 9. “I want to thank the people of Michigan who repudiated the polls which had us down 20-25 points and repudiated the pundits who said Bernie Sanders wasn’t going anywhere,” said the senator at a hastily arranged press conference in Miami.
Exit polls showed that 89% of black voters in Mississippi’s Democratic primary supported Clinton and made up 69% of the electorate.Clinton was ahead of Sanders by 673 to 477 pledged delegates and – with the vast majority of super delegates too – was nearly halfway to securing the 2,383 needed to clinch the Democratic nomination.