Transcript for Bernie Sanders Projected Winner of West Virginia Primary
and big win for Bernie sanders in West Virginia. He is far behind Hillary Clinton in the nomination fight but after his win last night he says the race is far from over. And tonight it appears that we've won a big, big victory in West Virginia. If we do well in the coming weeks in California, in new Jersey, in Kentucky and the other states, we still have that road to victory in winning the majority of pledge delegates. Reporter: And ABC's Cecilia Vega in covington, Kentucky, with the latest. Good morning, Cecilia. Reporter: George, good morning to you. You heard it there. Big celebrations from Bernie sanders. This is his second big win this month but let's take a look at the math. The nomination is still really T far away. He won a handful of pledge delegates than Hillary. She still leads by more than 700 delegates at this point. In order for sanders to clinch the nomination he would need to win 98% of the remaining delegates going forward, George. This is an uphill climb to say the least, as much as Hillary Clinton would like to put this primary fight behind her still a long ways away. And that is the question right there. Bernie sanders cannot catch up. Can't get 98% of the des and the Clinton team is explaining away this loss in West Virginia but it is bogging her campaign down. Reporter: Well, yeah, you know, they say they did not advertise in West Virginia. They say the demographics favor him there but the reality is she's got a real problem going forward. She's had a hard time winning over white working class voters, George and that as you know is a group that Donald Trump has done especially well with. That is correct. Okay, Cecilia, thanks very much.
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