Our polling projections tonight are largely an academic exercise in completeness as we discussed in our morning article; our expectation is that polling will be wholly inaccurate. Four of the five states had a sufficient number of polls to make projections; Missouri is the fifth and is not included below because just two polls were conducted in the state.
There were just 7 polls from Illinois and they were sparsely conducted:
North Carolina was heavily polled and Bernie consistently trailed in every demographic below; he tied with males in a single poll and lead whites in two polls. This is largely a southern state so despite the horrible polling, he's still going to lose.
Nothing changed in Ohio since this morning; our stance remains unchanged.
There will be 697 pledged delegates allocated as a result of today's primary elections.