In the United States, according to the results of the “super Tuesday” — primaries for the nomination of delegates to the National Convention — the democratic candidate, former Vice President of the United States Joe Biden wins in 9 States out of 14. According to the latest data, Biden beat Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders in Texas, CNN reports.
Before that, Biden’s lead was determined in Alabama, Oklahoma, North Carolina, Virginia, Tennessee, Arkansas, Massachusetts, and Minnesota.
Sanders won in Vermont, Utah, and Colorado and California.
Former New York City mayor Michael Bloomberg won in one territory — American Samoa.
In the Republican primaries in most States, the incumbent President of the United States, Donald Trump, wins.
“Super Tuesday” in the United States is called Tuesday during the presidential race when most States hold internal party elections. The following “super Tuesday” will be held on March 10.