Bernie Sanders stand together during his campaign event at Durham, New Hampshire.
Both candidates called off planned rallies in Cleveland because of concerns over the coronavirus outbreak, which has rattled markets and prompted Democrats to criticise the Trump administration's response. Still, Sanders announced Wednesday he would continue his campaign, including a scheduled debate with Biden on Sunday in Arizona.
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"While our campaign has won the ideological debate, we are losing the debate over electability", Sanders said.
While Biden unveiled a multi-pronged approach to tackling the crisis including "immediate bold measures" to help Americans hurting economically, Sanders called on government to take emergency steps including placing an immediate moratorium on evictions, foreclosures and utility shut-offs.
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The sweeping wins on Tuesday put Biden, 77, on a path to the nomination to face Trump in the November 3 election, while narrowing the path for Sanders, 78, who had hoped for an upset win in MI to keep his White House hopes alive. About 70 per cent of Mississippi's Democratic primary voters were African American, and 86 per cent of them supported Biden, according to an AP VoteCast survey of the electorate.
If Biden does come out on top in Wisconsin and Kansas, it wouldn't be the first time he edged out Sanders in a state he previously won.
The margin of Sanders's projected victory in the state will determine how delegates are dispersed among candidates. Especially if he's swept in all states next week, Sanders is expected by backers and Democratic insiders to leave the race.
The Sunday debate will be held without an audience to reduce the risk of spreading the coronavirus. The FAU poll shows Trump winning 47.5 percent of the Hispanic vote to the Vermont democratic socialist's 52.5 percent. As one media commentator explained the likely scenario, Sanders' goal is to lay out a number of supposed political contrasts with Biden in the debate, then, when Biden sweeps the March 17 primaries, tell his supporters that the voters have chosen Biden's right-wing program and everyone must get behind it in the name of unity against Trump.
His decision, though, was greeted happily by some leading progressives, who echoed Sanders' focus on Biden's struggles with younger voters. In its poll of 1,200 voters, FAU found that Biden fared slightly better, losing 51 to 49 percent to Trump, compared to Sanders who trails the president by six points, 53-47 percent. "You can not simply be satisfied by winning the votes of people who are older", he said.
Biden said he is already up to meeting such challenges better than Trump. Prove that the country does not represent his values. Coker's general election poll, for instance, found that almost two-thirds of Cuban voters support President Donald Trump's immigration policies deterring asylum requests by Cuban and Venezuelan immigrants.