Despite Bernie Sanders' win in New Hampshire, Hillary Clinton is adding to her big lead among the delegates who will choose the Democratic nominee for President.

Hillary Clinton greets supporters during a 'Get Out The Caucus' event in Las Vegas, Nevada. (Photo by Justin Sullivan/Getty Images)

After Iowa and New Hampshire, Sanders has a small lead among delegates won in primaries and caucuses.

But when super-delegates are included, Clinton leads 481-55.

It's essentially a parallel election that underscores Clinton's lopsided support from the Democratic establishment.

If they continue to back Clinton overwhelmingly, Sanders would have to win the remaining primaries by a landslide just to catch up.