Polls show Biden as the favorite in the three states that will cast their votes this Thursday: Florida, Illinois, and Arizona.
Sanders' victory is known to be unlikely in Florida, because of earlier comments about the leader of the Cuban Revolution, Fidel Castro, associated with the people's literacy efforts. In that state, most voters repudiate Cuba and its political system.
Nevertheless, Sanders remains a persistent opponent and has focused his efforts on finding the 1,991 delegates needed to win the Democratic nomination next June.
Biden's victories in 16 of the last 21 state primaries have given him a lead of about 150 delegates.
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