Democratic presidential candidate Sen. Bernie SandersBernie Sanders'Morning Joe' co-host: We got into Trump's head Petition calls for Melania Trump to move to White House or pay NY security costs In California race, social justice wing of Democrats finally comes of age MORE (I-Vt.) said on Sunday that he thinks his campaign still has a plausible path to the nomination.
Sanders said that although he was "beaten very badly" Saturday in South Carolina, losing by a large margin to rival Hillary ClintonHillary Rodham ClintonWasserman Schultz to Sanders: Dems are already a grassroots party Comey: FBI is 'not on anybody's side' White House extends Obama executive order on cyber threats MORE, there are several states coming up in which he expects to do well.
He said the results in South Carolina are likely going to be "about as bad as it's going to get" for his campaign.
"I think we're going to win here in Minnesota; I think we're going to win in Colorado; I think we're going to win in Oklahoma; I think we're going to do really well in Massachusetts; and I think we're going to win in Vermont," he said.
"And I think we've got a number of states coming up that we're going to do extremely well and possibly winning, including California and New York State."
He added that his campaign's message has been resonating with people across the country.