the Results from the Democratic vælgermøder in the u.s. state of Iowa lets wait.
It joins the tv station CNN around at 04: 30 on the night of Tuesday local time.
It is thus still not clear which candidate gets the democratic electorate's support in Iowa to challenge president Donald Trump in the presidential election in november.
the Results from Iowa - which is the first in a series of primaries in the states of the united states - is considered as a crucial basis for the aspiring candidates.
In the meantime, Trump, as expected, received support from the republican voters in Iowa. It writes the BBC.
at this time, At the last primaries in Iowa in 2016, almost 70 percent of the votes counted.
But so far, not been published in a single official result from the Democratic partikontor.
the Democrats informs that the delay is due to a "quality control" of the results. It writes the news agency Reuters.
- The integrity is paramount, says the partikontoret in Iowa.
the Party informs that only about 25 percent of the vælgermøderne have reported results.
- We are experiencing a delay of the results as a result of a quality check and the fact that the party must send three sets of data for the first time.
That refers to a variety of new data, which in the year to be published from the state primaries.
In Iowa held the primary election as a vælgermøde - a so-called caucus. Here you can meet partimedlemmerne around the state to voice openly about the candidates.
Voters stand in a group in the room, depending on which candidate they are in favor of.
If the group does not constitute at least 15 percent of the voters, they can either try to persuade the others to join their group, or even choose a more popular candidate.
In the year are not only published the final results of the vælgermøderne, but published also, which candidate got the most support in the first blow - that is, before the voters 're-package' themselves.
at the same time, it must be published, how the electorate has moved.
Prior to the vælgermøderne in Iowa, there was no clear favorite among the democratic candidates. A bit in the front, however, was the 78-year-old senator Bernie Sanders and the 77-year-old former vice-president Joe Biden.
But also the former mayor Pete Buttigieg and senator Elizabeth Warren were in the polls snug in the bend.