The Idaho primaries are coming, and Joe Biden is the current favorite over Bernie Sanders.

  • Joe Biden is far ahead in both the polls and odds to win Idaho over Bernie Sanders.
  • Biden has seen a huge boost in the race after a successful Super Tuesday, pushing him far ahead of Sanders.
  • Sanders still fighting, but the polls show he may have too much ground to cover.

BOISE, Idaho –  Former VP Joe Biden has completely turned the campaign around in his favor after winning big in Super Tuesday and taking the lead over Senator Bernie Sanders.

Current odds have Biden at -450 and Sanders at +300 odds to win Idaho. Sanders has proven resilient as the last opposing legitimate candidate standing, however, with the DNC showing major support in Biden’s favor, a loss in Idaho and other primaries could likely see the end of Sanders’s campaign.

With endorsements coming in from all his former competitors, Biden is looking to close out strong against Sanders and take the Democratic candidacy.

Biden’s Narrow Lead

The presidential election is beginning to show glimpses of the final match up as Biden pulls away from Sanders. Currently, the former VP hosts a 4% lead ahead of Sanders in the Gem State.

Idaho Results:

  • Biden – 51%
  • Sanders – 47%
  • Gabbard – 2%

Other data shows Biden with a 15.2 point lead on the Senator. Both sets of data show just a narrow victory margin in Biden’s future, which boasts the possibility for Sanders to close the gap between himself and the former Vice President.

After wining the South Carolina Primary and taking that momentum into Super Tuesday, Biden is now the clear favorite to represent the Democrats in the general elections.

Even if Sanders loses in Idaho, there is still hope for him to keep his campaign alive if he is able to edge out Biden in states where the two are closest in the polls.

Will Biden have another big week, knocking Bernie out the race? Or will Sanders be able to close the gap? Voters in Idaho will help answer those questions once votes are accounted for on Tuesday night.

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