Could Hillary sew it up on Super Tuesday? Polls show her leading Sanders 2-1 in key states after crushing him in South Carolina as Bernie admits ‘we got decimated’

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Hillary Clinton is looking set to sew up the Democratic presidential nomination on Super Tuesday as polls show her leading Bernie Sanders 2-1 in key states.

It comes after Clinton coasted to a win in South Carolina on Saturday, beating Sanders by a staggering 50 points as a record-breaking number of black voters came out to support her.

Meanwhile, Sanders remained optimistic on the campaign trail despite admitting ‘we got decimated’ in the Palmetto State.

According to a trio of new NBC News/Wall Street Journal/Marist polls, Clinton is leading in the Super Tuesday states of Georgia, Texas and Tennessee.

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