Yesterday there were several presidential primaries, including the ones in Missouri. With all precincts counted, the Missouri results included these figures:
Clinton - 310,602
Sanders - 309,071
Uncommitted - 3,702
Trump - 382,093
Cruz - 380,367
Uncommitted - 3,216
There's a 1,531-vote difference between Clinton and Sanders, and a 1,726-vote difference between Trump and Cruz. In both cases, this is fewer than the number of uncommitted votes.
Is this really a win for the candidate with the most votes? What does an "uncommitted" vote really mean? If this doesn't make any difference, how many "uncommitted" votes would be required to make a difference?