Obama has picked up some more super delegates and looks to have 1,970 delegates – just 56 short of the 2,026 needed.
86 delegates are still to go, so if he gets half that is just 13 short. It really should finally end on the 3rd of June (4th in NZ).
In Montana a poll out last week has Obama ahead by 17% so he should pick up over half the 16 delegates – maybe 10 to 6.
South Dakota had a early April poll with Obama ahead by 12%. Delegate split of their 15 may be 8 to 7 in his favour.
In Puerto Rico, Clinton led by 13% in the last poll (5 April) and should win that one. Delegates may split 30 to 25 for her (55 in total).Tags: 2008 US Presidential Election, Barack Obama, Democrats, Hillary Clinton, Polls