The results are in, and outside of the U.S. Bernie Sanders is about twice as popular as his rival Hilary Clinton.
Democrats Abroad, which represents U.S. expatriate Democrat voters has released its primary results, with Sanders crushing Clinton 69% to 31%.
Voting in the international primary was done by mail, fax, and email and wrapped on March 8th.
The organization says turnout was up by 50% from 2008, with more than 34,000 votes cast in 170 countries.
Canadians went two-for-one to Sanders over Clinton, with 2,100 voters choosing the Vermont senator and 1,087 picking the former Secretary of State..
That result, driven in part by organizations like B.C. for Bernie which has been furiously rallying to get supporters out to vote.
Unfortunately, the result won’t help Sanders very much in his bid to catch his rival, netting him only nine delegates while handing Clinton four – a pittance when looked at next to the gap between the candidates.