Update: Based on Lee's comments, I've added an asterisk below.
Conventional media analysis has it that that John Edwards came in second in Iowa, and that Hillary Clinton won big victories in New Hampshire and Nevada, but they seem to have forgotten that this contest is about winning delegates, not votes.
In reality, Obama won Nevada, New Hampshire was a tie and Edwards came in third in Iowa. Taken from this perspective the campaign looks quite a bit different than the media is now portraying it. The first three contests have, in fact, decided nothing. All they have shown is that Democratic Party voters are split almost straight down the middle on the two front-runners.
Altogether, Obama is leading the race when it comes to delegates chosen by actual voters (excluding super-delegates)*:
* - this means excluding super-delegates.
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