(UnitedVoice.com) – The 2020 Nevada Democratic caucus takes place this weekend, and the presidential hopefuls are trying to make the most of the time they have left.
Data for Progress – Nevada Caucus Poll
Sanders – 35
Warren – 16
Buttigieg – 15
Biden – 14
766 likely caucus goers, text to web, 2/12/20 – 2/15/20https://t.co/5CRchqzOue
— Data for Progress (@DataProgress) February 17, 2020
A poll done by Data for Progress shows Sen. Bernie Sanders (D-VT) having a 19-point lead over the other candidates.
Former Vice President Joe Biden is polling at 14%, former South Bend Mayor Pete Buttigieg is at 15% and Sen Elizabeth Warren (D-MA) is in second place with 16% of the vote.
Many people are watching Nevada as it’s the most diverse state to hold a vote so far. If a candidate does well in Nevada, there’s a good chance they’ll continue to do well in other states with a high number of diverse voters.
Although the actual caucus day is February 22, early voting started on the 15th and ended February 18th. So far, Buttigieg is in the lead with 23 delegates and Sanders has 21. Warren is in third place with 8. It’s still too early to tell, but many people are wondering if Nevada will end up being another close race for Buttigieg and Sanders.
We’ll keep you updated as numbers roll in.
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