WASHINGTON (News Desk) – The Democratic front runner for White House, Hillary Clinton, Sunday took a huge lead in South Carolina primary against her opponent Bernie Sanders ahead of Super Tuesday when 11 states will choose their nominee for US presidential elections.
According to US media, Hillary got 73.5% votes while Sanders was far far behind with 26.0% votes. This is the third victory for Hillary Clinton in four states where Democrats have so far voted.
Earlier in Nevada, Hillary bagged 52.7% votes and Bernie Sander could manage to secure 47.2%.
On the Republic side, Donald Trump got 42% votes in latest primary polls held in Nevada while Marco Rubio remained second with 23% votes. Ted Cruz bagged 22% votes.
This was third consecutive victory for Donald Trump , after New Hampshire and South Carolina, to earn nomination for forthcoming presidential polls.