The title link from the New Republic is one of the better articles I've stumbled across. (although it seems to only have 20 states... don't ask me why)
"With 52 percent of all pledged Democratic Party delegates and 41 percent of the total Republican Party delegates at stake, Super Tuesday's results will be crucial for both party's candidates in securing the presidential nomination."
Well, I'm going to give you another link and leave it at that. No, I am not going to go into polls, because they've been wrong and they probably will be. Besides, I'm not a psychic. Oh, read this:
Joseph Farah | Don't Listen to Gurus. I have to add this quote:
Don't let anyone else tell you what to think or how to vote – study the candidates' histories and positions and make your pick accordingly.
So far, the gurus couldn't have been more wrong.
Even though I've disagreed with you, Mr. Farah, I couldn't agree more on this issue. Let us not make an extempore decision, but rather a well thought-out decision based on principles rather than polls!