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Why Did Sanders Dominate In Nevada?

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Why Did Sanders Dominate In Nevada?

Why Did Sanders Dominate In Nevada?


Bernie Sanders dominated in Saturday's Nevada caucus.

Former Mayor Pete Buttigieg and Sen.

Amy Klobuchar failed to earn significant support from Hispanic and black voters.

Sanders' landslide win was facilitated in large part by his multi-racial coalition of supporters.

Both Buttigieg and Klobuchar have long polled poorly among Democratic voters of color.

Their lack of traction among these voters was proven on Saturday.


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