Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders leads Texas in the Democratic presidential race, a Dallas Morning News-University of Texas at Tyler poll shows.
According to a report by the Dallas Morning News, Mike Bloomberg and Joe Biden are locked in a battle for second.
Sanders has an 18% lead over Biden among Latino Democrats and Democratic-leaning Latino independents in Texas, despite the fact that Sanders trailed Biden among Hispanics in the same survey the month prior, the Dallas Morning News Reported.
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The most recent UT Tyler polls puts Sanders first among all Democrats, with 29%. Bloomberg has garnered the support of 21%, and Biden has 19%.
In the earlier poll, only 12% of Hispanics in Texas named Bloomberg as their first choice in the Super Tuesday primary, putting him in fourth place. The latest poll, however, puts Bloomberg second among Hispanics, with 20% support, the Dallas Morning News reported.
According to the Dallas Morning News, Sanders and Bloomberg have surpassed Biden among white voters, with 24% for Sanders, 23% for Bloomberg, and 15% for Biden. Earlier polls indicated that 27% of white voters in Texas supported Biden.
Biden’s lead among African American voters in Texas also decreased from 50% to 25% in late January. Polls indicate that Sanders has 24% of the black vote, Bloomberg has 17%, and Massachusetts Senator Elizabeth Warren has 12%.