Thanks to the New York Times’ Nate Cohn, though, we have a projection of how that race may play out.
By taking the county-by-county results that are already in and weighing the demographic and geographic data, Cohn was able to make a projection map of the states that have yet to vote in the Democratic race (as of March 23rd).
According to these calculations, Hillary Clinton will be especially strong in the Acela corridor as well as the Northeastern part of the commonwealth (her father was born in Scranton). Meanwhile, Bernie Sanders should do well in the center of the state especially Centre County, the home of Penn State and its millennial students.
Most intriguingly, Cohn has Clinton performing strong out west where Sanders’ populism might be the more natural fit. If there’s one spot to watch on election night to gauge how Clinton’s vote totals match expectations, it might be there.