He was expected to do well, and the exact number of delegates he'll take from the contest will be determined at the end of the counting, though it seems like he won by a sizeable margin. This is his first big state win in several contests.
Interestingly, CNN exits polls in both IN and NC are showing that less than half of Clinton's supporters would support Obama if he was declared the nominee.
Though the drawn out race worries some, it hasn't hurt voter registration numbers — quite the opposite. A new study shows that one in 66 Americans registered to vote in the first three months of this year. North Carolina expected a turn out of 50 percent in today's voting - double the rate of past primaries.