San Francisco residents reacted Wednesday to the 'Super Tuesday' results of the day before, which saw Bernie Sanders winning California over Joe Biden, who in turn secured most of the states voting that day.
Voter Martha said she was «surprised by how many people and states went for Biden just based on the earlier primaries.» «But I guess he's just the moderate candidate, and the other moderates... Еще strapped out so the supporters consolidated.»
«I guess Sanders is going to do good,» said voter Milton, who had cast his ballot for former Democratic candidate Mike Bloomberg who has recently dropped out of the race, endorsing former vice president Biden.
Voter Ryan expressed his preference for Sanders, saying he «brings a bit more of a change than your average politician.» «He's more leaning towards more to socialism, something that America is in desperate need of right now.»
Results suggested Biden won 10 out of 14 states, taking part in the 'Super Tuesday vote,' though Sanders took California with a large number of delegates.
The victories mark a remarkable turnaround for Biden who was endorsed by former rivals Pete Buttigieg and Amy Klobuchar ahead of the vote.