Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama were each allocated  36 national delegates from Missouri as a result of the February 5th primary vote.

From the Missouri Democratic Party:

…By virtue of his 10,479-vote victory statewide, Senator Obama won Missouri’s statewide delegates by a 13-12 margin, while Senator Clinton won Missouri’s congressional district delegates by a 24-23 margin.

According to the Missouri Democratic Party delegate selection plan, Missouri Democrats award 72 of their 88 delegates proportionally based on how the presidential candidates perform in the primary. Of those 72 delegates, 25 are awarded proportionally based on statewide performance, while 47 of the delegates are awarded proportionally based on performance in Missouri’s nine congressional districts…

 

Statewide

Clinton 394,991* 49.35% 12 delegates  

Obama 405,470* 50.65% 13 delegates

Congressional Districts

1st Congressional District

Cinton 32,607 26.33% 2 delegates      

Obama 91,227 73.67% 5 delegates

2nd Congressional District

Clinton 45,311 46.47% 2 delegates

Obama 52,188 53.53% 3 delegates

3rd Congressional District

Clinton 51,882 48.88% 3 delegates

Obama 54,256 51.12% 3 delegates

4th Congressional District

Clinton 43,100 61.60 3 delegates

Obama 26,866 38.40 2 delegates

5th Congressional District

Clinton 45,097 42.80% 3 delegates

Obama 60,276 57.20% 3 delegates

6th Congressional District

Clinton 45,097 57.21% 3 delegates

Obama 33,725 42.79% 2 delegates

7th Congressional District

Clinton 41,853 60.37% 2 delegates

Obama 27,473 39.63% 2 delegates

8th Congressional District

Clinton 46,847 69.95% 3 delegates

Obama 19,993 30.05% 1 delegate

9th Congressional District

Clinton 42,991 52.19% 3 delegates

Obama 39,380 47.81% 2 delegates