Taegan Goddard has them:

South Carolina: Edwards 44, Kerry 30, Sharpton 10

Oklahoma: Edwards 31, Kerry 29, Clark 28

Missouri: Kerry 52, Edwards 23, Dean 10

Delaware: Kerry 47, Dean 14, Lieberman 11, Edwards 11

Arizona: Kerry 46, Clark 24, Dean 13

It’s looking more and more like a Kerry-Edwards race at this point.

Hat tip to Jeff Quinton, although Glenn Reynolds, Kevin Drum, and others are on this, too.

Update (1509): Dean is done. This has been obvious since, well, the evening of the Iowa caucuses. But Dean is now laying off much of his staff and is down to pocket change. Since he’s getting routed in all the primaries today, things are unlikely to get better.

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  1. melvin toast says:

    I’m not giving up on Dean yet. The under current beneath Kerry is just getting started. In another week HE may be done.

  2. Paul says:

    but Edwards will be the beneficiary if there such a current.