Because I haven't done one of these in a while...
Obama - 54%
Clinton - 46%
Clinton - 52%
Obama - 48%
That essentially means another tie between the two candidates. However, I think the difference is that super delegates are officially getting skittish now. It was all right to let the race continue for the extra few months. It was drumming up the base, getting new people involved with the party and essentially shutting McCain out the news cycle almost completely. And no matter what the two candidates did to each other, McCain still wasn't gaining any kind of edge in national polls.
But after this evening 93% of delegates will have voted. While it is possible for Clinton to still get more delegates than Obama, she would have to win something in excess of 70% of the ones left. And since she has been practically incapable of winning by double digits, I don't see that happening. So the other fearless prediction is that the steady trickle of super delegates who have been siding with Obama opens up into something a bit larger after this evening. I don't think it's over by the end of the week. But I think it will be over by June 3, if not sooner. And Obama will be the candidate.
1. Marching bands of Manhattan - Death Cab for Cutie*
2. Redneck friend (live) - Jackson Browne
3. Bohemian Rhapsody - Queen
4. Desparados under the eaves - Warren Zevon
5. Halloweenhead - Ryan Adams