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Overall, the graphs show that since Super Tuesday, at the beginning of February (over 3 months ago), Hillary has been losing ground to Obama. That’s a clear trend, clear momentum, in his direction, and it hasn’t changed, even after Rev. Wright, even after Hillary “finding her voice.” From ABC, via Ben Smith:

1. Delegates won in the primaries and caucuses:

2. Superdelegates – i.e., members of Congress, Governors, DNC officials. (Note: I added the last data point, for May 13 (today)):

3. Total delegates (Pledged and Super):

4. Popular vote:


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