Bernie Sanders won the West Virginia primary Tuesday night, defeating Hillary Clinton. Exit polls showed Sanders winning favorably amongst voters concerned with the economy. As for the presumptive Republican nominee, Donald Trump won West Virginia and Nebraska, attracting conservative voters who, according to exit polls, are eager for Washington outsiders. Even with Sanders’ win, about one-third of Democratic primary voters still said they would vote for Trump in November. In an interview Wednesday night, Vice President Joe Biden said he had planned on a presidential bid but decided against it after the death of his son, Beau. Biden said that he would have been the “best president” if he had run, but predicted that Hillary Clinton will win the Democratic nomination and be elected president.