Yes, the race between Sanders and Clinton is, at this point, too close to determine. While Clinton gained a strong lead on Super Tuesday, the vote in Massachusetts was nearly a tie. It is unclear whether upcoming votes in the South will go to Clinton or to Sanders; both candidates have strong support among minority voters there.
No, the race between Sanders and Clinton is not too close to call because Hillary Clinton holds a commanding lead over Sander in terms of delegates needed to win. On Super Tuesday, Clinton won seven states while Bernie Sanders only won four states. Although Sanders was a formidable opponent, Hillary Clinton seems poised win the Democratic nomination.
While I firmly believe this year's presidential election is the closest and most exciting we have seen in a long time, I do not feel there is any doubt that Hillary is going to come out on top of Bernie in the Democratic competition. Yes, Bernie has a strong backing but it is not, in my opinion, going to take down Mrs. Clinton.
Sanders is being beaten decisively by Hillary Clinton and the republicans are noticing. Now there is a new fervor to investigate her emails again. They are already resorting to dirty tricks in the hopes of disqualifying her as a candidate. Bernie Sanders ran an excellent campaign but Americans are turning to the familiar although many are still flocking to him.