The most-liked Instagram post of the presidential election may surprise you

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Bernie Sanders: Campaign Isn't over Yet

One presidential candidate is more popular on Instagram than the others -- and it isn't Twitter star Donald Trump.

Bernie Sanders boasts the most-liked Instagram photo out of the current and former presidential contenders. Not only does Sanders have the most liked photo of the presidential election thus far-- with well over 100,000 likes -- the top ten most liked photos are from Sanders.

Sanders' popularity on Instagram comes as no surprise. Although his delegate count trails behind Democratic front-runner Hillary Clinton, he has proven to be the standout candidate for millennials -- the demographic that uses the social media platform the most.

Click through to see the most popular Instagram posts of the 2016 election below:

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The most-liked Instagram post of the presidential election may surprise you
"35 years ago today Bernie won his first Mayoral election-by 10 votes. If 10 people hadn't shown up that day, he might not be a presidential candidate today. Every vote - your vote - counts!” - Jane O’Meara Sanders
Looks like Williamsburg is definitely ready to #FeelTheBern! 📷 and 🎨 credit to @rrobots.
"We need you, Obi-Wan!" - Danny DeVito #FeelTheBern
We love how #BirdieSanders has inspired so many creative efforts from our volunteers. #FeelTheBern
But which one is the real Bernie?
Let's stop the racism. Let's stop the xenophobia. Let's stop Trump. #DemDebate #UnivisionDebate
Thank you, #Michigan! #FeelTheBern
Hi Annie. We wanted to say thank you, and let you know that we received your note. Your group's participation in the political process (in the rain, no less) is incredibly inspiring. Thank you for all that you do. #FeelTheBern! - Staff
Love always trumps hate.
Hi. Are you ready for a political revolution?
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