An hour or so ago, I voted for Bernie Sanders in the Ohio Democratic primary. I went to my usual polling place near my home and there was no line at all though people were there voting. It is hard for me to compare the turnout based on my own experience since normally I voted early in the day before going to work. This time, taking advantage of my retired status, I went in the middle of the day.
Also, my neighborhood precinct rarely has lines because it is in a fairly well-to-do city and we know that those precincts tend to be well-equipped and well-staffed, unlike poorer communities where people often have complained of long lines and waits.
Will Sanders be able to pull off more upset wins like he did last week in Michigan? While I like to think that he could, the odds are against him, despite evidence of a late surge of strong enthusiasm for him.