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George II

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6. Their averages include all candidates, they don't eliminate anyone under the magic 15%....
Mon Feb 3, 2020, 02:10 PM
Feb 2020

That's why they show Sanders with 10.5, Biden 5.6, Buttigieg 3.9, and Warren 3.4. But the last two won't get those 7.3 delegates combined, they'll be split by Sanders and Biden.

As of today:

Sanders 24.0
Biden 16.9
Warren 13.8
Buttigieg 12.9

Based on this, Sanders will get 5 of the statewide delegates, Biden 3, the others 0.
District-wise, Sanders will get about 9 or 10, Biden 6 or 7, the others 0.

That's 14-15 vs. 9-10.

If I were to vote in a presidential
primary today, I would vote for:
Joe Biden
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