Poll: Clinton, Trump lead in Illinois
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Democratic presidential candidate Hillary ClintonHillary Rodham ClintonAmazon’s acquisition of Whole Foods underscores the threat posed by ‘big data’ Pro-Trump group blasts 'rigged' Russia probe in ad starring Tomi Lahren Trump believes Russia 'probably' behind election hacking MORE and Republican presidential candidate Donald TrumpDonald TrumpCarter Page questioned in FBI Russia investigation: report Major progressive group rolls out first incumbent House endorsement Amazon’s acquisition of Whole Foods underscores the threat posed by ‘big data’ MORE are in the lead in a new poll in Illinois.

Clinton takes 51 percent of the vote in the poll, compared to rival Bernie SandersBernie SandersSanders dodges question on FBI investigation into his wife Major progressive group rolls out first incumbent House endorsement A bipartisan consensus against 'big pharma' is growing in Congress MORE with 32 percent among self-declared primary voters, according to the poll by Southern Illinois University Carbondale’s Paul Simon Public Policy Institute.

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Clinton leads among women, according to the poll, but Sanders takes the lead with voters under 35. Clinton also holds a lead with minority voters.

The poll was conducted Feb. 15-20 with a margin of error of 4.7 percent.

Trump leads the Republicans with 28 percent of the vote among those who said they would vote in the Illinois GOP primary. Rival Ted CruzTed CruzOvernight Healthcare: CBO score imperils ObamaCare repeal | Breaking down the numbers | WH hits back over score | Trump phones holdouts | Dems plan floor protest New CBO analysis imperils GOP ObamaCare repeal Three GOP senators to vote against taking up healthcare bill without changes MORE has 15 percent of the vote. Marco RubioMarco RubioRubio: 'I hope' Mexican elections won't end partnership against cartels Election hacking fears turn heat on Homeland Security Will Republicans stand up to the NRA's insurrection rhetoric? MORE takes 14 percent and John Kasich takes 13 percent.

The poll conducted Feb. 15-20 with a margin of error of 5.6 percent.