If Hillary Clinton loses the North Carolina primary by less than 15 points, it’s basically a win. And if she wins Indiana by a single pledged delegate, that is also a win. Both of these predictions may soon come true! According to new projections by Congressional Quarterly, Clinton will win Indiana in a squeaker — getting 24 district-level delegates to Obama’s 23 — even if she really wins it by up to 6% of the popular vote. Or something. Math is hard!
CQ’s blow-by-blow projection looks at every district race and concludes that this race is tighter than a bull’s ass in fly season, but no matter what happens, Clinton will win and Obama will lose. This ensures that the Democratic nominee will be determined as the Framers intended it: by the proud residents of South Dakota.