Rasmussen has looked at the primaries that remain and has determined that if Donald Trump can reach a certain threshold among the last states, he will have the 1,237 delegates needed for an outright majority.
He needs to win63% of the remaining 620 bound delegates or 56% of all remaining 700 delegates (bound and unbound).
According to Rasmussen, its “challenging but possible.”
I have to admit finding merit this year with the later states actually mattering, perhaps more than the early states.
The remaining primaries will challenge and hopefully improve the eventual nominee’s ability to organize and manage the process. A skill that must be mastered to head the entire Party and to operate effectively in Washington.