The next (and last) of the first states in the South Carolina primary this coming Saturday, where Biden and Steyer bet the house. The former, in an effort to “right the ship”, the latter in an effort to appear remotely relevant. For Sanders, it’s his first real test to see if he can improve his minority voter count and support, which will be a key test of his “eligibility” in the eyes of many voters.
We’ve had four new polls this week in South Carolina, which shows that the race is much closer than it was just a month ago.
And once the South Carolina dust settles, it will be Super Tuesday. And as such, we’ve had a number of new surveys to add from California, Maine, Massachusetts, Minnesota, North Carolina, Oklahoma, Texas, Vermont, and Virginia. We also have new polls from Florida and Illinois (March 17) and Georgia (March 24).