Originally Posted By: danarhea
Originally Posted By: perotista
I went through all the polls for the Super Tuesday states, I wrote down the leader in each. Iíve been wondering if Biden has a good showing in South Carolina Saturday, if by Monday that might change some of the dynamics for Super Tuesday. As of 28 Feb, here are the leaders in the super Tuesday States and the percentage points ahead. Iím doing this because I seen Biden who was ahead in South Carolina by just 2 points over Sanders on 22 Feb has pulled out to an 18-point lead today.

Alabama Biden 21
Arkansas Bloomberg 1
California Sanders 20
Colorado Sanders 15
Maine Sanders 5
Massachusetts Sanders 5
North Carolina Biden 1
Oklahoma Bloomberg 3
Tennessee Biden 10
Texas Sanders 5
Utah Sanders 9
Vermont Sanders 38
Virginia Sanders 3

See you on 2 Mar.

Not sure if the South Carolina result will change Tuesday's outcome. The majority of people have already early voted in most of those states.

I don't know if they will or won't. But being a numbers guy, I'm interested it that. I hadn't considered early voting. Most of the time I had voted there was no such thing. Showing my age there. I'm just interested in the trends. Is South Carolina alone or is the trend spreading? That is what I want to find out.
It's high past time that we start electing Americans to congress and the presidency who put America first instead of their political party. For way too long we have been electing Republicans and Democrats who happen to be Americans instead of Americans who happen to be Republicans and Democrats.