I wonder if as it starts to get closer in time for the other, more racially/ethnically diverse states to vote in the primaries, Bernie Sanders will start to change his tactics and selling points to become more attractive towards them.It's an uphill battle. Bernie needs to make significant inroads with Black voters. Plus the superdelegates have a guaranteed 15% of the vote.
The generation gap is really sharp, with those 45+ going for Hillary and those under 45 going for Sanders.
It seems like in the US, it's Hispanics who are the youngest population with a median age in the late 20s while whites have a median of 42, blacks have 33 and Asians 36, at least in 2013. But I suppose young people don't always have high voter turnout, which is one of the things Bernie counts on.but on that note aren't ethnic minorities also younger than the American populace as a whole, which would also tend to favor him?