US Elections: On the eve of “Super Tuesday”, Bernie Sanders leads California and Texas



Already on Tuesday, March 3, in the United States in most states will be pre-elections (primaries). Bernie Sanders leads California and Texas. This is evidenced by a survey by CNN.

US Elections: On the eve of “Super Tuesday”, Bernie Sanders leads California and Texas

In 4 days, most states will hold pre-elections — primaries, during which state delegates will be elected to congresses at the choice of presidential candidates from each party. Since most delegates are selected on “Super Tuesday”, this is a very important day for the participants in the election race.





The most significant states on this issue are California and Texas — 600 out of the 1991 delegates will be elected here. And the leader in these states is the Senator from Vermont, Bernie Sanders.

In Texas, Sanders has 29% support among likely primary voters, former vice president Joe Biden has 20%, former New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg has 18%, and Massachusetts Senator Elizabeth Warren has 15%.

Results in California show that the same four candidates have the most support, although Sanders is significantly ahead of opponents. Sanders has 35% support, Warren 14%, Biden 13%, Bloomberg 12%.

In addition, nearly half of those surveyed in California (47%) and Texas (42%) say they will enthusiastically accept Sanders if he becomes a candidate.





This is evidenced by a survey of the American television channel CNN.

In 4 days, most states will hold pre-elections - primaries, during which state delegates will be elected to congresses at the choice of presidential candidates from each party. Since most delegates are selected on “Super Tuesday”, this is a very important day for the participants in the election race.

The most significant states on this issue are California and Texas - 600 out of the 1991 delegates will be elected here. And the leader in these states is the Senator from Vermont, Bernie Sanders.

In Texas, Sanders has 29% support among likely primary voters, former vice president Joe Biden has 20%, former New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg has 18%, and Massachusetts Senator Elizabeth Warren has 15%.

Results in California show that the same four candidates have the most support, although Sanders is significantly ahead of opponents. Sanders has 35% support, Warren 14%, Biden 13%, Bloomberg 12%.

In addition, nearly half of those surveyed in California (47%) and Texas (42%) say they will enthusiastically accept Sanders if he becomes a candidate.





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