Who Should You Vote For On Super Tuesday? This Quiz Will Tell You

As voters head to the polls on Super Tuesday, some may be undecided as to who to vote for in the Democratic primary, but this quiz can help you come to a decision.

Super Tuesday lands on March 3. The day has the most states holding primary elections and caucuses in the Democratic primary. It's an important day for the election, as candidates can win more delegates than they have in the early polling states of Iowa, Maine, Nevada, and South Carolina.

On Tuesday, 14 states and one territory will vote in their primaries and caucuses for a total of 1,344 delegates, 34 percent of all delegates. The following states and territory will vote for the corresponding number of delegates:
California-415 delegates

Texas-228 delegates

North Carolina-110 delegates

Virginia-99 delegates

Massachusetts-91 delegates

Minnesota-75 delegates

Colorado-67 delegates

Tennessee-64 delegates

Alaska-52 delegates

Oklahoma-37 delegates

Arkansas-31 delegates

Utah-29 delegates

Maine-24 delegates

Vermont-16 delegates

American Samoa-6 delegates

In order to win the nomination, a candidate must gain a majority of 1,991 delegates. Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders currently leads all candidates with 45 delegates. Former South Bend, Indiana Mayor Pete Buttigieg follows with 25 delegates while former Vice President Joe Biden has 15, Massachusetts Senator Elizabeth Warren has 8, and Minnesota Senator Amy Klobuchar has 7.

Former New York Mayor Mike Bloomberg, Hawaii congresswoman Tulsi Gabbard, and billionaire Tom Steyer do not have any delegates as of Saturday.

The quiz, embedded below, is designed to help voters who may still be undecided pick a candidate who best represents the issues they care about. Through 36 questions, voters will be asked for their opinions on a variety of issues, including gun control, health care, public education, taxes, and more.

The quiz also asks other questions about foreign relations, including if the U.S. should continue drone strikes against other countries, if the U.S. should leverage foreign aid against Israel, and if they should intervene in Syria.

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Democratic presidential candidates (L-R) former New York City Mayor Mike Bloomberg, former South Bend, Indiana Mayor Pete Buttigieg, Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-MA), Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-VT), former Vice President Joe Biden and Sen. Amy Klobuchar (D-MN) participate in the Democratic presidential primary debate at the Charleston Gaillard Center on February 25, 2020 in Charleston, South Carolina. Win McNamee/Getty