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Deseret News/Hinckley Institute of Politics Poll: Bernie leading in Utah's Super Tuesday Democratic presidential primary

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Sanders will win Utah’s Democratic primary election Tuesday, but $3+ million spent in the state by billionaire and former New York City Mayor Mike Bloomberg has helped propel him to second place.

28% of likely Democratic voters in Utah’s first Super Tuesday election said they’re casting their ballots for Sanders, followed by 19% for Bloomberg. Mayor Pete Buttigieg has the support of 18% of Utah Democratic primary voters, and Massachusetts Sen. Elizabeth Warren, 15%. Trailing behind is former Vice President Joe Biden, with just 6% of the state’s Democratic primary voters saying he’s their pick, and Minnesota Sen. Amy Klobuchar is the choice of only 4%.

The poll was conducted by independent pollster Scott Rasmussen Feb. 22-26 of 298 likely Democratic voters in Utah’s Super Tuesday presidential primary and has margin of error of plus or minus 5.7 percentage points.

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