Bernie Sanders: 'You're Going to See Us Doing Better and Better'

White House hopeful Bernie Sanders said Sunday that his campaign is on track to do “better and better” as the presidential primaries continue, and again pointed to polls showing that he is the Democratic candidate that is able to trounce Republican front-runner Donald Trump.

Speaking to CBS’ Face the Nation from the campaign trail in Tucson, Ariz., Sanders said, “The states that are coming up just on Tuesday, we’ve got Idaho, we got Utah, we got Arizona, we’re heading out West . . . we’re then heading to New York—we think that the path forward is a pretty good path for us.”

Responding to host John Dickerson’s point that his rival swept last week’s contests, Sanders said, “Clearly Secretary Clinton did very very well in the Deep South. Not a strong area for us. But I think as we go forward, you’re going to see us doing better and better.”

“I think people are also going to appreciate when they look at the polls that Bernie Sanders does better against Donald Trump than Hillary Clinton does,” Sanders added. “In fact, in the last NBC poll, we were 18 points head of Donald Trump—far more so than Sec. Clinton.”

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Dickerson pointed out that Clinton won Ohio and Illinois—states not part of Deep South, to which Sanders argued, “She did, and we won in Michigan. At the end of the day, if you look at Michigan, if you look at Illinois, if you look at Missouri, we come out almost the same in terms of delegates.”