The Day In Numbers

80% -- the number of superdelegates Hillary Clinton will need under just about any scenario to win the Democratic nomination, according to ABC News's Jake Tapper's calculations. I agree with his math.

6% -- the split between Sen. Hillary Clinton and Sen. Barack Obama in Pennsylvania, according to a new Time poll there. Clinton has 44% and Obama has 38%.

"About a third" -- the number of Clinton supporters who say they would defect to John McCain if Barack Obama were the nominee, according to the latest AP/Ipsos poll. About a quarter of Obama supporters would defect. I'm not so much interested in the fact of defections -- it's mostly petulance -- I'm interested in the disparity between the candidates.