Discussion posted by: JohnF44
Former Vice President Joe Biden has a six-point lead over Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders in national polling averages, according to FiveThirtyEight com, as six more states prepare to vote Tuesday. All but Warren have endorsed Biden. Some in the media have speculated that Warren will endorse Sanders since they align on several policy issues, particularly Medicare for All. But Warren also stressed party unity during her campaign, and Biden is seen as a leader. Biden currently leads Sanders in the delegate count, 643-566. It will require 1,991 delegates to win the nomination. The biggest chunk of delegates Tuesday–125–are in Michigan. The average of polling results there show Biden at 38 percent and Sanders at 30 percent.