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Latest Super Tuesday 2016 results out: Clinton, Trump both win 7 states each

Latest Super Tuesday 2016 results out: Clinton, Trump both win 7 states each

Latest Super Tuesday 2016 results out: Clinton, Trump both win 7 states each

How Sanders and Clinton are doing in states
Mar 01, 2016
Alabama 53 Delegates
Clinton 79%
Sanders 18%
Arkansas 32 Delegates
Clinton 68%
Sanders 28%
Colorado 66 Delegates
Sanders 59%
Clinton 40%
Georgia 102 Delegates
Clinton 71%
Sanders 28%
Massachusetts 91 Delegates
Clinton 50%
Sanders 48%
Minnesota 77 Delegates
Sanders 59%
Clinton 41%
Oklahoma 38 Delegates
Sanders 52%
Clinton 42%
Tennessee 67 Delegates
Clinton 66%
Sanders 33%
Texas 222 Delegates
Clinton 66%
Sanders 32%
Vermont 16 Delegates
Sanders 86%
Clinton 13%
Virginia 95 Delegates
Clinton 64%
Sanders 35%

Republican trend

Feb 01, 2016
Iowa 30 Delegates
Cruz 28%
Trump 24%
Rubio 23%
Carson 9%
Paul 5%
Bush 3%
Fiorina 2%
Kasich 2%
Huckabee 2%
Christie 2%
Santorum 1%
Feb 09, 2016
New Hampshire 23 Delegates
Trump 35%
Kasich 16%
Cruz 12%
Bush 11%
Rubio 11%
Christie 7%
Fiorina 4%
Carson 2%
Paul 1%
Huckabee 0%
Santorum 0%
Feb 20, 2016
South Carolina 50 Delegates
Trump 33%
Rubio 22%
Cruz 22%
Bush 8%
Kasich 8%
Carson 7%
Feb 23, 2016
Nevada 30 Delegates
Trump 46%
Rubio 24%
Cruz 21%
Carson 5%
Kasich 4%
Bush 0%
Mar 01, 2016
Alabama 50 Delegates
Trump 44%
Cruz 21%
Rubio 18%
Carson 10%
Kasich 4%
Bush 0%
Alaska 28 Delegates
Carson 0%
Cruz 0%
Kasich 0%
Rubio 0%
Trump 0%
Arkansas 40 Delegates
Trump 34%
Cruz 30%
Rubio 25%
Carson 6%
Kasich 4%
Bush 1%
Georgia 76 Delegates
Trump 39%
Cruz 24%
Rubio 24%
Carson 6%
Kasich 5%
Bush 1%
Massachusetts 42 Delegates
Trump 49%
Kasich 18%
Rubio 18%
Cruz 10%
Carson 3%
Bush 1%
Minnesota 38 Delegates
Rubio 36%
Cruz 29%
Trump 21%
Carson 7%
Kasich 6%
Oklahoma 43 Delegates
Cruz 34%
Trump 28%
Rubio 26%
Carson 6%
Kasich 4%
Bush 0%
Tennessee 58 Delegates
Trump 40%
Cruz 25%
Rubio 21%
Carson 8%
Kasich 5%
Bush 1%
Texas 155 Delegates
Cruz 43%
Trump 27%
Rubio 17%
Kasich 4%
Carson 4%
Bush 2%
Vermont 16 Delegates
Trump 33%
Kasich 31%
Rubio 19%
Cruz 10%
Carson 4%
Bush 2%
Virginia 49 Delegates
Trump 35%
Rubio 32%
Cruz 17%
Kasich 9%
Carson 6%
Bush 0%

7:07 p.m. Things seem to be turning out in favor of Hillary Clinton. She is doing well among all demographic group except for young people. As the exit polls show, she is winning black voters overwhelmingly and white voters by a narrower margin. She is winning every age group over 30, women and men, those with college degree and without, those making more than $100,000 and those making less, self-identifying liberals and moderates. The only major demographic Sanders captured in Georgia was people 17-29.

7:00 p.m. News reports suggest that Hillary Clinton has won the Democratic primaries in Georgia and Virginia, while Bernie Sanders has won Vermont.

6:30 p.m. So it is massive win for Hillary Clinton. With the exception of Vermont, majorities of Democratic primary voters said they think that either Hillary Clinton is the only honest or trustworthy candidate or both she and Sanders are trustworthy and honest.

Latest performance by Republican candidates

Alabama 50 Delegates
Trump 35%
Rubio 23%
Cruz 19%
Kasich 8%
Carson 8%
Bush 3%
Alaska 28 Delegates
Carson 0%
Cruz 0%
Kasich 0%
Rubio 0%
Trump 0%
Arkansas 40 Delegates
Bush 0%
Carson 0%
Cruz 0%
Kasich 0%
Rubio 0%
Trump 0%
Georgia 76 Delegates
Trump 45%
Cruz 22%
Rubio 21%
Carson 6%
Kasich 4%
Bush 1%
Massachusetts 42 Delegates
Trump 44%
Kasich 21%
Rubio 19%
Cruz 10%
Carson 2%
Bush 1%
Minnesota 38 Delegates
Carson 0%
Cruz 0%
Kasich 0%
Rubio 0%
Trump 0%
Oklahoma 43 Delegates
Trump 33%
Cruz 28%
Rubio 25%
Carson 6%
Kasich 5%
Bush 1%
Tennessee 58 Delegates
Trump 48%
Cruz 22%
Rubio 17%
Carson 5%
Kasich 4%
Bush 3%
Texas 155 Delegates
Cruz 38%
Trump 28%
Rubio 20%
Kasich 5%
Carson 3%
Bush 2%
Vermont 16 Delegates
Trump 34%
Kasich 29%
Rubio 20%
Cruz 9%
Carson 5%
Bush 2%
Virginia 49 Delegates
Trump 37%
Rubio 30%
Cruz 17%
Kasich 8%
Carson 6%
Bush 0%

Voting for the Super Tuesday 2016 is underway. As many as 14 states and United States territories are voting at the moment or will be voting in the next few hours. The results will start arriving within a few hours and till late night we will have a clear picture about who has won, by what margin and how close was the fight.

When it comes to Republican caucuses and primaries being held today, a lot is at stake. A Republican candidate must receive 1,237 delegates out of the total 2,472 available to be eligible for the nomination. For the Democrats, that number is a lot higher at 2,383 out of the total 4,765 delegates. So if Hillary Clinton needs to grab the nomination she will have to get as many as 2383 delegates. The same stands for Bernie Sanders.

As far total delegates on offer during Super Tuesday is concerned, there are 595 delegates at stake for the Republicans today, about 20 percent of the total GOP delegates. As far as Democrats are concerned, there are a huge 1,015 delegates on offer today. hillary clinton vs bernie sanders 2016

Donald Trump has a clear edge over his competitors. Donald Trump is leading polls in most of the 11 states holding Republican nominating contests in Super Tuesday, except Texas, where Ted Cruz is ahead and by far, and Minnesota, where Marco Rubio is leading according to the last poll, done in January. If Trump runs the table, he may become unstoppable, according to pollster John Zobgy. Trump has already won three of the party’s four nominating contests — New Hampshire, South Carolina and Nevada.

Democrats delegates in Super Tuesday 2016 states

STATE DELEGATES
Alabama 60
American Samoa 10
Arkansas 37
Colorado 79
Georgia 117
Massachusetts 116
Minnesota 93
Oklahoma 42
Tennessee 76
Texas 251
Vermont 26
Virginia 109
Democrats abroad 17

When it comes to Ted Cruz, he is expected to end up as the second best among the Republicans. Ted Cruz is expected to win Texas, his home-state. But he has to win big to stay in the race. After winning the Iowa caucuses, the first in the nominating contests, Cruz hasn’t won any other state. He is locked in a close fight for the second slot with Marco Rubio in national polls, 19.8% to 17.4%.

Republican delegates in Super Tuesday 2016 states

STATE DELEGATES
Alabama 50
Alaska 28
Arkansas 40
Georgia 76
Massachusetts 42
Minnesota 38
Oklahoma 43
Tennessee 58
Texas 155
Vermont 15
Virginia 49

As far as Democratic candidates are concerned, Hillary Clinton is the clear front runner. Polls suggest that she is ahead in polls in Texas, Georgia, Virginia, Arkansas (home-state of the Clintons), Alabama and Tennessee, and mostly by double-digits, and up north in Massachusetts. A strong showing on Super Tuesday, as forecast by polls, could set her on the path to party nomination.

When it comes to the Vermont Senator, he is expected to win a couple of small states. Bernie Sanders is leading in home-state Vermont, Colorado and Minnesota, and could turn Massachusetts and Oklahoma into close contests. “Sanders has the enthusiasm and money,” Zobgy said, adding, “Look for him to go to the very end.” He has won one contest so far, the New Hampshire primary. So things are looking rather very exciting at the moment.

You can get live commentary of Super Tuesday 2016 on Washington Post at this link, or Politico at this link. Live online streaming Super Tuesday coverage and results visit CBS News at this link and ABC News Go by clicking on this link. On the other hand live streaming feeds with commentary besides latest results see CNN feed at this link, MSNBC here at this link, and Fox News by clicking here. You can also watch it on C-SPAN from 7:30 p.m. Eastern, 4:30 p.m. Pacific at this link.

  • Alabama, 8 a.m. and 8 p.m.
  • Alaska, 11 a.m. and midnight
  • Arkansas, 8:30 a.m. and 8:30 p.m.
  • Colorado, caucuses begin at 9 p.m.
  • Georgia, 7 a.m. and 7 p.m.
  • Massachusetts, 7 a.m. and 8 p.m.
  • Minnesota, caucuses begin at 8 p.m.
  • Oklahoma, 8 a.m. and 8 p.m.
  • Tennessee, 8 a.m. and 8 p.m.
  • Texas, 8 a.m. and 8 p.m. or 9 p.m.
  • Vermont, as early as 5 a.m. to 7 p.m.
  • Virginia, 6 a.m. to 7 p.m.
  • Wyoming, various times for caucuses
  • American Samoa, caucuses begin at 2 p.m.

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