Twenty-six states and territories have voted, leaving 31 more to go, and Joe Biden continues to be the undisputed leader in the race for the Democratic Party’s nomination. Ohio has postponed its’ primary previously scheduled for today amid coronavirus fears. The DOW has plummeted more than 9,000 points over the last month. The world continues facing a pandemic. Nancy Pelosi is still the Speaker, and Trump remains forever impeached.
So, where are things going into Mini-Tuesday 2.0?
In the delegate count, the winning candidate needing 1,991 to win the nomination, following Super Tuesday, where Biden killed Sanders winning Alabama, Arkansas, Maine, Massachusetts, North Carolina, Oklahoma, Tennessee, Texas and Virginia, the results are as follows:
Joe Biden 890
Bernie Sanders 736
Elizabeth Warren 72
Michael Bloomberg 61
Pete Buttigieg 26
Amy Klobuchar 7
Tulsi Gabbard 2
Bloomberg, Booker, Buttigieg, Harris, and Klobuchar have all endorsed Joe Biden. Warren continues to hold her cards close to the vest and is not revealing where she will throw her support.
In the popular vote totals:
Joe Biden 7,303,080
Bernie Sanders 5,858,273
Elizabeth Warren 2,227,809
Michael Bloomberg 2,107,547
Pete Buttigieg 738,082
Amy Klobuchar 447,412
Tulsi “Why are you still running?” Gabbard 134,731
In national polling, Joe Biden continues to lead Bernard Sanders for the Democratic Party nomination.
The latest Reuters/Ipsos poll, conducted 13-16 March 2020 of 458 registered voters, places the current rankings as such:
According to the Morning Consult poll, conducted 11-15 March 2020, of 8,869 registered voters:
In the NBC/WSJ Poll, conducted from 11-13 March 2020 of 438 likely voters:
According to FiveThirtyEight, in today’s primaries, the polling looks dismal for Sanders.
Arizona, with 67 possible delegates lines up like this:
Florida and its 219 possible delegates:
And last, but not least, in Illinois, with its 155 possible delegates:
As far as the national race for the White House is concerned, according to recent polling data available, if the election was today, odds still are that Joe Biden or Bernard Sanders would be the 46th President of the United States. Trump, who forever remains the third impeached president in U.S. history, will still go down as one of the lowest and depraved persons to ever sit in the Oval Office.