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Democratic presidential front-runner Hillary ClintonHillary Rodham ClintonMichael Moore touts Ellison for DNC: ‘We need fresh blood’ Conquering Trump returns to conservative summit How the candidates for DNC chair stack up ahead of Saturday's vote MORE has a 29-point lead over rival Bernie SandersBernie SandersMichael Moore touts Ellison for DNC: ‘We need fresh blood’ Tommy Chong: Trump pot crackdown 'will be defeated in court' DNC chair campaigns scramble ahead of tight vote MORE in Iowa, according to a Loras College poll released Friday.
Clinton has 59 percent support, with Sanders at 30 percent.
The poll, of 500 likely voters in the Democratic caucus, was conducted from Jan. 13 to 18.
With less than 10 days before the Iowa caucuses, various polls are showing the Democratic presidential race heading in different directions.
An Emerson College survey released late Thursday showed Clinton with 52 percent in the Hawkeye State, ahead of Sanders’s 43 percent.
The Emerson College poll was conducted from Jan. 18 to 20 — after the Jan. 17 Democratic debate — while the Loras College poll was primarily conducted before the debate.
Another poll released Thursday, by CNN/ORC, showed Sanders winning Iowa with 51 percent to Clinton's 43 percent.
Clinton leads the RealClearPolitics average of Iowa polls by 6.4 points over Sanders