In 2008, Obama beat Clinton 50.1%-49.9%. This time around, Clinton beats Sanders by a much wider margin.
I went through and did a quick analysis of the Democratic Delegate count when we include Super Delegates. I found that, if Super Delegates are apportioned according to the "Sanders Rule," he would currently be losing by 479 total delegates. Currently, he trails by 284 pledged delegates. He trails by 814 when Super Delegates are apportioned according to their most recent public statements of intent. Even with the rule change advocated by Sanders: he just doesn't have a logical path to the nomination.
New poll this morning from NBC on the race in Indiana. The new polling moves Clinton's win probability for Tuesday from 77%->81% (not really a statistically significant change) and Trump's from 59%->67%.
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