|Super Tuesday, March 1, Boulder, CO|
Photo: AP/Brennan Linsley
In general, it wasn’t a good night for Sanders, losing seven states, mostly by big margins, but he’s still in the race.
A major question for November is if Clinton is the nominee, her ability to motivate turnout among Democrats who caucused for Sanders or would have supported her but stayed home.
An interview with CPR’s Ben Markus:
Floyd Ciruli, a longtime Colorado political pollster, says Sanders' support from young adults washed out any edge Clinton may have had with Latinos.
"He was able to motivate them to turn out, to do something even more difficult, and that’s go to a caucus and spend some time there," Ciruli said. "Will they be motivated should she be the nominee?"