Since this thread was started, Obama has won 10 straight primaries in a row, and is ahead of Hillary by about 70 delegates. If right now, Hillary has to get 70% of the popular vote in ALL the remaining states to beat Obama in pledged delegates. However, the super delegates may still be the deciding factor. Al Gore, who besides being the global-warming man was Bill Clinton's VP, is a super delegate, and may lead other supers in voting for Hillary, even if she is behind in the pledged votes. Hopefully the super delegates will go with the general population and the candidate will come out being the one people want, as opposed to who a select few want.