Today's numbers for Bernie Sanders show that he is not making up the ground he needs to win New York. His chance of winning here is still <1%.
If this margin holds up (I added a slight weight which narrowed the margin negligibly and split the undecideds 50/50) Sanders could lose valuable ground to Clinton. If this margin is uniform statewide (which it won't be, but lets just say it will be for the sake of simplicity since it would average itself out statewide to that number), Sanders would lose to Clinton in the pledged delegate count here 134-113. This would mean, after New York, he would need 58.37% of all future pledged delegates to have a pledged delegate majority going into the convention. That's almost a 1.89% increase in fraction of delegates needed based on these New York numbers.
A quick update on the GOP side has Trump expanding his lead.
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