Joe Biden riding high going into primaries in 6 states

Bernie Sanders is looking to Michigan, with its 125 delegates, to turn the tide as he did against Hillary Clinton in 2016.
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for 2020. A mini superuesday of sorts. Several states voting today. In Michigan, 57% said they would prefer a candidate who can beat president trump. Here's Terry Moran from Michigan. Reporter: Joe Biden is riding high going into the primaries in six states today. 352 delegates up for grabs, including 125 here in Michigan. This state shocked Democrats in 2016 by going for Donald Trump, but many voters here remember with gratitude the Obama administration's $80 billion auto industry bailout. An issue that plays to the heart of Biden's traditional, democratic message. Delivered full volume at a fiat-chrysler plant. Look, there's a reason why we have a middle class. Wall Street didn't build the country, y'all built the country. You built the country. Reporter: But along with the chants and cheers, an angry confrontation with one auto worker, who confronted Biden on guns. You are actively trying to take away our second amendment right and take away our guns. You're full of . All right, all right. Shush, shush. I support the second amendment. The second amendment just like right now if you yelled fire, that's not free speech. From the very beginning, I had a shotgun, I had a 20-gauge, 12-gauge. My sons hunt. Guess what? You're not allowed to own any weapon. I am not taking your gun away at all. Do you need 100 rounds? No. You're going to take our guns. I did not say that! I did not! Reporter: Still, Biden is soaring in the polls, but Bernie Sanders is fighting on. Bernie! Bernie! Reporter: The senator is looking to turn the tide and pull off a shocking upset in Michigan, as he did in 2016 against Hillary Clinton. We are the campaign that brings people together, not divides them. We are the campaign that is appealing to the aspirations and dreams of young people all across this country. Reporter: Both Biden and Sanders planned rallies in Cleveland tonight, but both have been called off amid concerns about the coronavirus. Mike pence, asked if Donald Trump would call off his rallies, but he said it's a day to day decision. This campaign is unlike any other in American history. Terry, thank you. When we come back, American

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