There’s a little more reason to think that HRC might struggle in Nevada. But note that Nevada (80% white) is racially somewhat similar to New Hampshire (96% white), and Sanders has been doing disproportionately well with white voters (or disproportionately poorly white non-white voters, if you like). So his movement in Nevada might not have far reaching implications for other states that are less heavily white.
Fun fact: The whitest states in the union are Maine, Vermont, New Hampshire, West Virginia, Iowa, Wyoming, Idaho, Montana, Kentucky, and North Dakota. In each, the percentage of the population who identify as white is over 90%. But there won’t be a primary in any of these states until March 1 (in Vermont, which I assume is already in the bag for its beloved senator). Maine follows 5 days later, but by then more diverse states like Georgia and (my own home of) Louisiana will be in the mix.
- 84% Hillary Clinton
- 16% Bernie Sanders