Super Tuesday is arguably the most important day of the Democratic primary. Twelve states and territories will hold caucuses and primaries to pick a candidate for the 2016 nomination.
ALABAMA: 53 delegates
Clinton leads 65 to 27 percent.
ARKANSAS: 32 delegates
Clinton leads 57 to 32 percent.
COLORADO: 66 delegates
There is no current polling information for the Democratic caucuses in Colorado.
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GEORGIA: 102 delegates
Clinton leads 65 to 29 percent.
MASSACHUSETTS: 91 delegates
Clinton leads narrowly by five points, but it’s far too close to call in one’s favor.
MINNESOTA: 77 delegates
Clinton leads 50 to 42 percent.
OKLAHOMA: 38 delegates
Sanders leads 48 to 43 percent.
TENNESSEE: 67 delegates
Clinton leads 60 to 34 percent.
TEXAS: 222 delegates
Clinton leads 59 to 38 percent.
VERMONT: 16 delegates
Sanders leads 80 to 20 percent.
VIRGINIA: 95 delegates
Clinton leads 56 to 38 percent.
AMERICAN SAMOA: 10 delegates
No polling is available for the U.S. territories.
PROJECTED TOTALS: Clinton leads with 495 delegates, Sanders takes 374.
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Editor’s note: Statistics gathered via Google, PolitiFact and Real Clear Politics