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Donald Trump has a commanding double-digit lead in the few polls conducted there. He held his most recent rally in the speech. I say it goes to him. Marco Rubio takes second place.
Only one poll was published for the Democrats, but Hillary Clinton is expected to win big there. This isn't Bernie Sanders territory, so I think it goes to her.
Alaska Caucus (R)
Sarah Palin's endorsement probably makes the difference here. It goes to Trump.
American Samoa Caucus (D)
Goes to Clinton.
The Clintons started their political careers here. Need I say more? Clinton losing is as likely as me vacationing in North Korea.
Colorado Caucus (D)
Clinton, but I think it will be closer.
It's one of the largest states in the south, with 76 Republican delegates and 116 Democratic delegates up for grabs. Trump holds another big lead here, so I expect him to win with Rubio taking second.
It's a southern state, so I'm expecting Clinton to win big.
John Kasich is putting all his resources on Massachusetts tomorrow, but Trump still holds a big lead. The Donald claims victory in this state tomorrow, followed by Rubio, then Kasich.
As for the Democrats, this is one race that's actually competitive. I'm not 100 percent sure about who wins, but I actually think Clinton wins following momentum from South Carolina.
A close race between Trump and Rubio, but the Donald should prevail. It will also be close between Clinton and Sanders, but the former secretary will probably win.
North Dakota Caucus (R)
It looks like this primary will be a close one in the GOP heartland. Trump should win, but his victory will be closer than it is in other states. I think Cruz will take second place.
Clinton will win here, although by not as big a margin as she will in deep southern states.
Trump and Clinton.
This will be the largest state to vote yet, with 172 Republican delegates and 252 Democratic delegates. It's Ted Cruz's home state and I expect him to win here with Trump in second place.
Texas is yet another state where Clinton will win a landslide.
Trump wins for the GOP and a landslide victory for Sanders (it's his home state after all).
This state, in my view, is the most important to win on Super Tuesday. Sure, it doesn't have the most delegates, but it is a battleground state in a presidential election. Texas is expected to go Republican. Trump has a double-digit lead here and I think he will win tomorrow with Rubio in second place.
Clinton also has a double-digit lead, so I predict that she will win here decisively.
Wyoming Caucus (R)
Trump wins here.
Bear in mind that there really isn't sufficient polling data for Super Tuesday in many states. Also, Rubio and Cruz are probably more interested in capturing a large portion of delegates to stay in the race. As of now, the delegate math heavily favors Trump who only needs to win 246 of the 624 delegates on Super Tuesday to be on the path to win the 1,237 required for a majority at the Republican convention.