Hamline University Professor David Schultz says after Super Tuesday the Democratic race for president is similar to 2016 with Bernie Sanders appealing to liberal Democrats, only this time it’s Joe Biden rather than Hillary Clinton in the moderate wing:

“Bernie Sanders will do well in some states (and) not do so well in others but for the most part, unless someone’s completely surprised here, Joe Biden is in a much better position of getting to the majority of delegates before the convention.”

Schultz says preliminary polls show suburban women — a key group — feel far more comfortable with Joe Biden than Bernie Sanders — and certainly more than with Donald Trump.