Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Rodham Clinton solidified her frontrunner status on Tuesday, winning seven states on Super Tuesday.

Clinton's rival, Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders, emerged victorious in four states (Colorado, Minnesota, Oklahoma and Vermont).

As she did in previous contests, most notably in Nevada and South Carolina, Clinton received strong support from black and Hispanic voters.

“What a super Tuesday!” Clinton declared to cheers in her victory speech in Miami.

Analysts predict that Tuesday's results give Clinton an almost insurmountable lead.

“The math indicates that Clinton eventually will win the nomination with relative ease,” wrote's Harry Enten.

On the Republican side, real estate mogul Donald Trump won seven states. Texas Senator Ted Cruz won Texas and two other states, while Florida Senator Marco Rubio took one.

Speaking in Texas, Cruz called on other Republicans to drop out of the race and work with him to defeat Trump.