Clinton has a 43-point advantage over Obama, 66 percent to 23 percent, according to a new survey from the American Research Group.With 28 earned delegates up for grabs in WV, Clinton may pick up mabye 10 more delegates than Obama. But with his current 164-delegate lead, this will have little impact.
The poll was conducted entirely after Tuesday's primary results, and carries a margin of error of plus or minus 4 percentage points.
It will, however, give Hillary a chance to capitalize on the results and claim that she appeals more to "middle America's voters".
And more than likely, we'll see these grueling primaries continue for at least the rest of the month. I'm guessing we won't see much change in the margin of Obama's earned delegate lead, but by the final (June 3rd) primaries he'll have a majority of the super delegates.
The ruling of the DNC Rules & Bylaws Committee meeting about the fate of the Michigan and Florida delegates, scheduled for May 31st, will likely influence Hillary's all but inevitable decision to end her quest for the nomination. I'll be very surprised if we see a concession any time before then.