This is How Super Tuesday Turned Out in the United States

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Partial results of Super Tuesday in the United States have been released, a day when the largest number of states hold primary elections.

This is a very important day leading up to the November 2024 elections, as the two most significant political forces in the country, the Democratic and Republican parties, seek to define their official candidate.

The prevailing names continue to be Joe Biden and Donald Trump, although Nikki Haley is also added, but how did this Super Tuesday turn out according to what has been reported?

Biden won with a higher number of votes in Alabama, Arkansas, California, North Carolina, Colorado, Maine, Massachusetts, Minnesota, Oklahoma, Tennessee, and even in Texas.

His figures were also the highest in Utah, Vermont, Virginia, and in Iowa, where voting was conducted by mail, although he lost in Samoa to Jason Palmer.

Donald Trump, on his part, achieved his highest figures in 12 of the 15 states where the Republican party held elections, including Alabama, Alaska, Arkansas, California, North Carolina, Colorado, Maine, Massachusetts, Minnesota, Oklahoma, Tennessee, Texas, Virginia, and Utah.

Lastly, there’s Haley, who, despite her win in Vermont, took a step back, definitively withdrawing from the presidential race.

According to what happened, Biden and Trump were the ones who swept the highest numbers and would be the favorites of both parties to fight for the White House.

Although it would be necessary to wait for the next dates on the electoral calendar, it can already begin to define what could happen in the future, taking as a starting point what has just happened and the most recent polls.

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Despite both leading the candidacy in their parties, in reality, both are quite unpopular, and a significant percentage of voters claim they should not run again.

Biden is rejected for his age and especially for his support for the war in the Middle East and his open-door immigration policy.

Trump is not much different in age from Biden, but his disapproval does not stem from age but from the legal accusations he carries and the anti-immigrant policy he promotes.

Heading to November 5, there are still dates on the electoral calendar, but everything points to Biden and Trump as those who will ultimately fight to govern the United States again.

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Yanelis Barrientos Fernández

Formada en Comunicación Social en la Universidad de La Habana; posteriormente, me sumergí en el fascinante mundo digital, especializándome en Periodismo Digital