In four of the five states with primaries yesterday, one or both winning candidates came in percentages a double digit over that projected by an average of the last three polls. The only exception was Connecticut. Trump's totals were 12-24 percentage points higher in the other states. Clinton's total were much closer the polls. Only in Delaware was she double digits ahead of the polls. Her Maryland and Connecticut projections were right on target but in Pennsyvania she was nine points lower that projected.
Presume this means something but can't figure out what.