The most recent analysis by the 538 blog shows former Vice-President Joe Biden’s chance of winning the Indiana primary have improved significantly since Super Tuesday.

According to the 538, Biden’s chances of winning Indiana went from averaging at about 36 percent shortly after Pete Buttigieg dropped out of the race to 47 percent.

Bernie Sanders’ chances of winning the May primary were averaging 29 percent, up slightly from 27 percent.   Prior to Super Tuesday, Sanders was forecasted to average 34 percent of the vote and Biden was at 28 percent.

Hawaiian Congresswoman Tulsi Gabbard was averaging four percent.

With respect to delegates,  Biden was forecasted to receive 44 of Indiana’s 82 pledged delegated. Sanders receives 26 delegates and Gabbard gets two.