Super Tuesday: Who’s won what so far?
The Democratic race is as tight as predicted. Clinton wins over Obama in California, Massachusetts, New Jersey and New York. Also doing well, Obama pulls off a number of states, including Missouri.
477 delegates, 8 states
Oklahoma, Arkansas, Tennessee, New York, Massachusetts, New Jersey, Arizona, California
451delegates, 13 states
Georgia, Illinois, Delaware, Alabama, Utah, North Dakota, Kansas, Connecticut, Minnesota, Colorado, Idaho, Alaska, Missouri
2,025 delegates needed for nomination.
112 delegates, 4 states
West Virginia, Alabama, Arkansas, Georgia
461 delegates, 9 states,
Connecticut, Illinois, New Jersey, Delaware, New York, Oklahoma, Arizona, Missouri, California
151 delegates, 6 states
Massachusetts, Utah, Georgia, North Dakota, Montana, Colorado
1191 delegates needed for nomination.
[Delegate totals are latest Super Tuesday projections.]
Expatica readers' predictions
Out of the 330 Expatica readers who filled in our 1-minute poll yesterday, 88.3% predicted that MCain would surge ahead for the Republican nomination.
For the Democrats, 55% predicted that Obama would win most states followed by 44% predicting that Clinton would come out stronger.
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The battle's not over yet
As the Washingtonpost reports this morning:
"Results ensure fierce contest for delegates will continue into critical primaries in Texas and Ohio on 4 March, and possibly beyond.
"McCain surges closer to the nomination, but fails to deliver knock out blow to rivals, who deprive him of victories across GOP strongholds."
Expatica will publish a full analysis of the results later on today.
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6 February 2008