It’s still a big question about the south.. but Sanders is growing steadily.. leading in two primary states..
Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.) has edged ahead of Hillary Clinton in both Iowa and New Hampshire, according to some recent polls, adding new urgency to the question of whether he can extend his surge to the South.
Once the Iowa caucuses and New Hampshire primary are over, Democrats will turn to below the Mason-Dixon line, for the South Carolina primary.
Soon after comes Super Tuesday, which in this cycle has acquired the “SEC primary” nickname because states such as Alabama, Arkansas, Georgia, Tennessee and Texas are among the 11 voting.
All those states look like more hostile territory for Sanders than Iowa and New Hampshire.