The Constituent Dynamics poll of the Potomac Primary is out today. Thomas Riehle of RT Strategies used automated interviews with more than 14,000 residents of the Chesapeake's region to project the delegate allocation we'll see after tonight's primaries.

In Maryland, Obama wins every congressional district, most of them by double digit margins, and winds up with a delegate edge of 6 to 18, with 12 being the more likely figure.

In Virginia, Obama will have an edge of between 7 and 20 delegates in this projection (with 13 being the most likely figure), and in DC, an edge of between 3 and 11 delegates.

Riehle projects that Obama will see his net delegate totals increase by about 32 tonight.

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