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US Elections 2016: Super Tuesday schedule and candidates likely to make the cut

Speed News Desk | Updated on: 14 February 2017, 5:50 IST

Twelve states and one territory will go to polls on 1 March, Super Tuesday. Polls close in most states by 9pm ET (7:30AM IST). The Republican caucus in Alaska will continue until 12 midnight ET (10:30AM IST).

Here's a look at the number of delegates in each round and the pollsters' favourites to win:

1. Virginia


  • Republican primary (49 delegates)

RealClear Politics (RCP) polls average that Trump will win with 14.5 percentage points.


  • Virginia Democratic primary (110 delegates)

RCP puts Hillary Clinton ahead with 21.5 percentage points.

2. Texas


  • Republican primary (155 delegates)

RCP polls average that Ted Cruz could win by 9.0 percentage points.


  • Texas primary (252 delegates)

RCP polls put Hillary Clinton ahead with 30.3 percentage points.

3. Georgia


  • Republican primary (76 delegates)

RCP polls see Trump winning by 13.8 percentage points.


  • Democratic primary (116 delegates)

RCP polls predict Clinton will win with 37.0 percentage points.

4. Massachusetts


  • Republican primary (42 delegates)

Emerson polls put Donald Trump ahead, with 26.8 percentage points.


  • Democratic primary (116 delegates)

RCP polls put Hillary Clinton ahead with 6.7 percentage points.

5. Oklahoma


  • Republican primary (43 delegates)

Monmouth predicts that Donald Trump will win Okhlahoma with 11.4 percentage points.


  • Democratic primary (42 delegates)

RCP average puts Hillary Clinton ahead with 2.0 percentage points.

6. Alabama


  • Republican primary (50 delegates)

Monmouth predicts that Donald Trump will win with 17.7 percentage points


  • Democratic primary (60 delegates)

Monmouth predicts Hillary Clinton will win with 48 percentage points

7. Tennessee


  • Republican primary (58 delegates)

NBC News/Wall Street Journal puts Donald Trump ahead with 18 percentage points


  • Democratic primary (76 delegates)

RCP puts Hillary Clinton ahead with 26.0 percentage points

8. Arkansas


  • Republican primary (40 delegates)

Talk Business/Hendrix College puts Ted Cruz ahead with 4 percentage points


  • Democratic primary (37 delegates)

RCP average puts Hillary Clinton ahead with 28.5 percentage points

9. Vermont


  • Republican primary (16 delegates)

Castleton University puts Donald Trump ahead with 15 percentage points.


  • Democratic primary (26 delegates)

RCP average puts Bernie Sanders ahead with 75 percentage points

10. Minnesota


  • Republican caucus (38 delegates)

Star Tribune/Mason-Dixon predicts that Marco Rubio may take Minnesota with 2 percentage points.


  • Democratic caucus (93 delegates)

Star Tribune/Mason-Dixon predicts Clinton will win with 34 percentage points.

11. Alaska

Republican caucus (38 delegates)

No clear winner



12. Colorado Democratic caucus (79 delegates)

Quinnipiac predicts that Clinton will win with 28 percentage points.

Data sourced from RealClear Politics.

First published: 1 March 2016, 8:35 IST
 
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