Though I said I wouldn't post my delegate score-card, I saw a district-level Potomac primary poll and a district-level delegate estimation for Texas today. So here's my score-card for Super Tuesday, comparing my simplistic delegate counts with CNN projections.
Note that I am counting differences only when CNN allocates all pledged delegates for a state. In the five states where this is not the case, Colorado and Georgia have delegate distributions proportional to the state-wide vote shares. California and possibly New Mexico could give Senator Clinton more delegates than would be proportional to her vote-share. Senator Obama already has less delegates in Alabama than his victory margin there would suggest.
As of now, Senator Clinton has 5 more delegates than the state-wide vote-shares would suggest. When the delegates are completely allocated, she is likely to be ahead even more, probably +9.
Tuesday, February 12, 2008
Revisiting Super Tuesday
Labels: delegate count, popular vote, Super Tuesday
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