For Joseph R. Biden, demographics could be destiny in Michigan.

The former vice president was barreling toward the scrap heap of political history before black voters and baby boomers threw him a lifeline in the South Carolina primary and then across the Super Tuesday contests to revive his flagging bid.

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Mr. Biden now is the driver’s seat with polls showing him well-positioned to re-create the same winning coalition of older voters and black voters in Michigan, where Sen. Bernard Sanders upset Hillary Clinton four years ago in the Democratic presidential race.

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