'Momentum' is something people talk about, but it doesn't seem to be a huge factor this cycle.
Bernie has been winning caucus states handily. I fully expect him to win today's Wyoming caucus. Here's the bad news from here on in: there are two more caucus states after today. Otherwise it's primaries, several of them closed (registered Democrats only, no independents or crossover voters). I predict that when all the states have weighed in, Clinton will be ahead of Sanders even if you take superdelegates off the table (she is now and that is unlikely to change). If you award a states superdelegates based on who won the state, Clinton is still winning.
Not to demoralize anyone, I'm just not sure the messaging we hear matches the math.
Dave in MPLS / DISCLAIMER: I am not an actual rooster.
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