If you only considered crowd size at rallies for Bernie Sanders and Hillary Clinton, you might wonder how Clinton has won so many big states. Sanders draws massive, enthusiastic crowds, while Clinton's rallies often seem tiny and subdued by comparison.
Monday night, the eve of five East Coast primaries taking place today, Sanders spoke to an overflow crowd — 3,200 people in total — at Drexel University in Philadelphia. His audience was more than double the crowd that showed up to hear Hillary Clinton speak at Philadelphia's city hall.
On Sunday, 14,000 were there for Sanders in New Haven, Conn.
6,600 in Baltimore, Md., on Saturday.
And 27,000 people came to hear Sanders in Manhattan's Washington Square Park a week before New York's crucial primary.