Here’s a bit more detail than I previously printed. The name, gender is printed, followed by the preliminary approval rating from WNTS, the Dialidol score (also preliminary), the average of the 3 previous rounds WNTS scores, and finally the projected probability of going home.
Contestant Sex WNTS.Rating Dialidol.score PriorAverage Probability 1 Paul McDonald M 20 11.83 51.66 0.14932005 3 Stefano Langone M 58 12.09 36.66 0.12445903 7 Jacob Lusk M 43 16.56 56.00 0.07198350 5 Casey Abrams M 39 10.86 58.66 0.06979012 4 Scotty McCreery M 45 22.93 58.33 0.06134782 6 Haley Reinhart F 46 11.77 58.00 0.06083877 2 Lauren Alaina F 63 14.32 69.66 0.02243664 8 James Durbin M 71 13.98 74.00 0.01471944
Paul McDonald is forecast to go home, with Stefano as a close second. Dialidol predictions at this stage in the contest are pretty bad, and they don’t predict anything anyway—nearly all the scores are the same. Gender doesn’t factor basically at all. What does factor in is the average of the three previous rounds score (from WNTS) and the preliminary results for this night (shown above)
This was a dismal night, to be honest. While this season has been on average 4 points better than any other season, tonight was its nadir, and was below the finals average, historically speaking.
James Durbin should be safe (what Dialidol says notwithstanding). Jacob, Casey, Scotty, and Haley are all running almost even. If I had to guess, I would put my money on Haley to round out the bottom 3, but ultimately be safe on the strength of the previous two weeks, which were popular and kept her out of the bottom 3.