10 States that Bernie Sanders Was Not Expected to Win

10. Minnesota

huffingtonpost.com

huffingtonpost.com

When Sander’s won the Minnesota caucuses on Super Tuesday, it was by 61.6% to Clinton’s 38.4%. However, according to the polls and the state’s governor, the win really should have gone to Clinton. For starters, Clinton was leading in the polls in the state by 34% in January. On top of that, the state was a caucus and not an open primary, a detail that Governor Dayton believes tipped the scales in Sanders’ favor.




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