Sen. Bernie Sanders decisive win in the Nevada caucus has further cemented his status as the Democratic primary frontrunner.
The win proves the Vermont senator has built a more racially diverse coalition than many of his rivals.
This comes after Sanders’ strong showings in Iowa and New Hampshire.
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Sen. Bernie Sanders’ decisive win in the Nevada caucus has further cemented his status as the Democratic primary frontrunner.
Entrance polls in the state showed Sanders winning among virtually all demographic groups: He won both men and women, voters over 65 years old, white, black, and Hispanic, and by a very large margin among voters under 45. Sanders also held a narrow lead among Democratic voters who identify as conservative or moderate — and a large lead among those who call themselves liberal. See the rest of the story at Business Insider
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