With the final results all but inevitable, these updates will be somewhat mechanical absent something unexpected happening.
After Indiana, Trump needed 36.02% of the remaining delegates to win.
In Nebraska and West Virginia, Trump seems to have gotten all 70 of the available delegates. (There may end up being some oddness due to West Virginia geographic restrictions on delegate allocation that shifts this slightly.)
In other changes since Indiana due to uncommitted delegate preference changes in American Samoa and Louisiana as well as Louisiana’s Rubio delegates moving to Trump, there were net changes of: Trump +14, Cruz -3, Rubio -5.
So total change since Indiana: Trump +84, Cruz -3, Rubio -5
So Trump actually got 111% of the delegates since Indiana. (Over 100% is possible since he actually took delegates from his opponents as well as collecting “new” delegates.)
So Trump obviously well exceeded the required numbers to be on pace for a win.
New delegate totals: Trump 1142, Cruz 571, Rubio 168, Kasich 156, Carson 7, Bush 4, Fiorina 1, Huckabee 1, Paul 1.
There are 421 delegates left. Trump needs 95 of them.
Trump now needs 22.57% of the remaining delegates to win.
Update 2016-05-14 14:31 UTC: Once the geographic restrictions on delegates was finalized and factored in, the final results in West Virginia were officially Trump 30, Kasich 1, Uncommitted 3. Two of the three uncommitted delegates have stated they are for Trump though, so we count this as Trump 32, Kasich 1, TBD 1. Net change from before: Trump -2, Kasich +1.
Update 2016-05-17 17:03 UTC: Update from New York. Net change: Trump -1, Kasich +1.
Update 2016-05-18 17:26 UTC: Update from Guam uncommitted delegates. Net Change Trump +9, Cruz -1.
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