March 1, 2020
This Tuesday, Democrats in 14 states will go to the polls. Collectively, they will award over one-third of all 3,979 pledged delegates available this year. Here are the latest polling averages in each of those states, as of late Sunday morning, March 1.
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These 14 states have 1,338 pledged delegates. In addition, 6 delegates will be awarded from the American Samoa caucus that day. The Democrats Abroad primary also begins Tuesday, and goes for a week. 13 delegates will be available there. This brings the total for Super Tuesday to 1,357 pledged delegates.
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