Political Primaries Update for the Week of May 16th

 

What the latest polls show us.

SUMMARY

Trump’s delegate count keeps increasing but he will have to wait until June 7th to clinch the nomination. When he does, he will likely have as many as 1,509 delegates.

Mrs. Clinton will also have to wait until June 7th as well, as Sen. Sanders will decisively win Kentucky and Oregon.

 

CURRENT DELEGATE COUNT –
DEM – 2,382 delegates needed to win
2240 – Hillary Clinton (524 super delegates
1473 – Bernie Sanders (40 super delegates)

 

GOP – 1,237 delegates needed to win
1134 – Donald Trump
564 – Ted Cruz
166 – Marco Rubio
154 – John Kasich

 

 

POLL ANALYSIS FOR WEEK OF: MAY 16TH

 

TUESDAY, MAY 17TH

 

KENTUCKY

 

DEM– 55 delegates (5 super) (closed)
Sanders up +38.06 points

 

GOP-
(no contest)

 

OREGON

 

DEM– 61 delegates (13 super) (closed)
Sanders up +35.14 points

 

GOP– 28 delegates (proportional)
Trump up +30.01 points

 

POLL ANALYSIS FOR WEEK OF: MAY 23rd

 

TUESDAY, MAY 24TH

 

WASHINGTON

 

DEM-
(no contest)

 

GOP– 44 delegates (proportional)
Trump up +24.37 points

 

Keep the Faith!

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