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From fringe candidate to front-runner: Sanders wins Nevada with diverse backers - Edison Research Poll

Reuters Sunday, 23 February 2020
U.S. Senator Bernie Sanders, often maligned by opponents as a liberal outsider who cannot unify the Democratic Party, won the party's Nevada caucuses by a comfortable margin thanks to a diverse coalition of supporters, according to polling agency Edison Research.
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News video: Latinos Give Bernie Sanders Initial Support In Nevada

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Polling agency Edison Research reported Sen. Bernie Sanders received a boost in the Nevada Democratic caucus. The research said the initial support comes from Latinos, union families and white college-educated women. Fifty-three percent of Latinos said they would support Sanders and they make up...

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