Poll: Clinton Leads Sanders by 15 in Pa.
According to the latest poll by the WSJ/Marist/NBC, Hillary Clinton is leading Pennsylvania by a respectable margin.
Clinton lead Bernie Sanders by 15 points, totaling 55 percent of the vote to his 40 percent.
The Hill reports:
She has over 60 percent support among African-Americans, voters over 45, women and voters who identify as Democrats.
But the Vermont senator continues to dominate among younger voters, with 60 percent of those under 45 supporting him.
Both candidates beat Republican front-runner Donald Trump in a hypothetical general election match-up. Clinton leads the business mogul 54 to 39 percent, while Sanders tops him 57 to 37 percent.
The poll surveyed 734 likely Democratic primary voters from April 18 to 20. It has a margin of error of 3.6 percentage points.
Clinton’s lead over Sanders is just 8 points, however, in a CBS News Battleground Tracker poll released early Sunday.
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