Originally posted by no1marauder
I'm reading that none of the college towns have reported yet. Recalling that Bernie took 84% of the 17-29 vote in Iowa, if that holds he might very well crush Hillary here by close to 25%. I think that might have a chance to seriously change the race.
EDIT: 38% of the vote in and Bernie's lead is up to 20%.
Cruz has moved slightly ahead o ...[text shortened]... and Rubio's got his vote total up to 10.7%. It's still possible he could finish as high as 3rd.
Wrapping up for tonight, Bernie has crushed Hillary by at least 20%. I will be very surprised if that doesn't bump him in national polls. For Dems, a caucus in Nevada is next and it may well be a close one.
Trump has finished a solid first with somewhere around 34-35%. That bodes ill for other Republicans as he did a little better than polling averages and he has similar numbers in a lot of other States, some which are winner take all in delegates. Cruz looks like he'll finish 3rd or 4th and still might be the Donald's main adversary. Kasich ran a decent second with 17% or so, but the "establishment" wing still seems divided and it looks like nobody is dropping but perhaps Fiorina who has little support. If this many remain in the race by Super Tuesday and beyond, stopping Trump from getting a big lead in delegates is going to be difficult.