Fresh off of a third straight win in Nevada, the candidacy of Republican front-runner Donald Trump has decided momentum as the 2016 race approaches Super Tuesday, when 12 mostly Southern states will vote for their preferred nominee. No longer is the brash billionaire a long- shot candidate written off for his seeming inability to make it through a campaign rally without stirring controversy.

Instead, that controversy and his nontraditional campaign have propelled him into a prime position to kick off March with a running start toward the Republican nomination as he dominates most of the polling in states that will vote Tuesday.

The delegate count and current polls show that Trump could potentially cinch the nomination by mid-March

The so-called outsider candidate in the Democratic field does not enjoy as much support. Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton leads Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders in nine of the 11 states Democrats vote in for Super Tuesday and is close in one of the others.

The results could be decisive. There are 595 delegates up for grabs on the GOP side (or 24 percent of the total available in the country) and 1,004 available to the Democrats (21 percent of the total). Trump, after Nevada, has 81 delegates toward the necessary 1,237 to get the party’s nomination. Clinton has 502 of the 2,382 delegates needed for her party’s nomination.

Here’s a breakdown of the standings in each of the Super Tuesday states, thanks to Real Clear Politics' averages for the states.

Texas—252 Democratic delegates, 155 GOP delegates :

Republicans:
  • Ted Cruz  — 32 percent
  • Donald Trump — 27.3 percent
  • Marco Rubio — 17.3 percent
  • John Kasich — 5.7 percent
  • Ben Carson — 4.3 percent

Democrats

  • Hillary Clinton — 53.7 percent
  • Bernie Sanders — 31.3 percent

Georgia — 116 Democratic delegates, 76 GOP delegates:

Republicans
  • Donald Trump — 35 percent
  • Ted Cruz — 22.7 percent
  • Marco Rubio — 19.3 percent
  • Ben Carson — 7.3 percent
  • John Kasich — 6.3 percent

Democrats

  • Hillary Clinton — 63 percent
  • Bernie Sanders — 25 percent

Massachusetts — 116 Democratic delegates, 42 Republican delegates:

Republicans

  • Donald Trump — 41 percent
  • Marco Rubio — 17 percent
  • Ted Cruz — 10 percent
  • John Kasich — 7.5 percent
  • Ben Carson — 3.5 percent

Democrats

  • Bernie Sanders — 47.5 percent
  • Hillary Clinton — 44 percent

Minnesota — 93 Democratic delegates, 38 Republican delegates:

Republicans

  • Donald Trump — 20.7 percent
  • Marco Rubio — 14.7 percent
  • Ben Carson — 13.7 percent
  • Ted Cruz — 10.7 percent
  • John Kasich — 2.5 percent

Democrats

  • Hillary Clinton — 54.5 percent
  • Bernie Sanders — 28.5 percent

Okalahoma — 37 Democratic delegates, 43 Republican delegates:

Republicans

  • Donald Trump — 32.5 percent
  • Ted Cruz — 25 percent
  • Marco Rubio— 15.5 percent
  • Ben Carson — 7 percent
  • John Kasich — N/A

Democrats

  • Hillary Clinton — 43.7 percent
  • Bernie Sanders — 29.3 percent

Alabama — 60 Democratic delegates, 50 Republican delegates:

Republicans

  • Donald Trump — 32.5 percent
  • Marco Rubio — 11.5 percent
  • Ben Carson — 11.5 percent
  • Ted Cruz — 11 percent
  • John Kasich — N/A

Democrats

  • Hillary Clinton — 59 percent
  • Bernie Sanders — 31 percent

Arkansas —37 Democratic delegates, 40 Republican delegates:

Republicans

  • Ted Cruz — 27 percent
  • Donald Trump — 23 percent
  • Marco Rubio — 23 percent
  • Ben Carson — 11 percent
  • John Kasich — 4 percent

Democrats

  • Hillary Clinton — 57 percent
  • Bernie Sanders — 28.5 percent

Tennessee — 76 Democratic delegates, 58 Republican delegates:

Republicans

  • Donald Trump — 29 percent
  • Ben Carson — 25 percent
  • Ted Cruz — 14 percent
  • Marco Rubio — 12 percent
  • John Kasich — N/A

Democrats

  • Hillary Clinton — 53 percent
  • Bernie Sanders — 30 percent

Colorado — 79 Democratic delegates, 37 Republican delegates:

Republicans

  • Ben Carson — 25 percent
  • Marco Rubio — 19 percent
  • Donald Trump — 17 percent
  • Ted Cruz — 14 percent
  • John Kasich — 1 percent

Democrats

  • Hillary Clinton — 55 percent
  • Bernie Sanders — 27 percent

Virginia —110 Democratic delegates, 49 Republican delegates:

Republicans

  • Donald Trump — 28 percent
  • Marco Rubio — 22 percent
  • Ted Cruz — 19 percent
  • John Kasich — 7 percent
  • Ben Carson — 7 percent

Democrats

  • Hillary Clinton — 54 percent
  • Bernie Sanders — 37 percent

Alaska — 28 Republican delegates (not a Democratic Super Tuesday state):

  • Donald Trump — 28 percent
  • Ted Cruz — 24 percent
  • Ben Carson — 9 percent
  • Marco Rubio — 7 percent
  • John Kasich — 2 percent

Vermont — 26 Democratic delegates, 26 Republican delegates:

Republicans

  • Donald Trump — 32 percent
  • Marco Rubio — 17 percent
  • Ted Cruz — 11 percent
  • John Kasich — 10 percent
  • Ben Carson — 3 percent

Democrats

  • Bernie Sanders — 84.5 percent
  • Hillary Clinton — 9.5 percent