The numbers don’t lie. Sure, they might change often or dramatically depending on unforeseen circumstances, but for the most part we can use big data and simple statistics to predict the most likely outcome of the presidential primary elections. Stephen does not profess the ability to prophesy by any means, but in this episode he lays out the hard numbers and the brass tax regarding what to expect from the remainder of the primary season.

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