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Democratic presidential candidate Bernie SandersBernie SandersLewandowski: Perez ‘doesn’t understand what’s going on in America’ Sanders dodges question on whether he will give email list to DNC Sanders: Ellison ran impressive campaign 'playing inside the establishment's house' MORE leads rival Hillary ClintonHillary Rodham Clinton5 ways politics could steal the show at Oscars Lewandowski: Perez ‘doesn’t understand what’s going on in America’ Five takeaways from the Scott Pruitt emails MORE by 20 points in New Hampshire, according to a new NBC News/Wall Street/Marist poll released Thursday.
In the poll — conducted entirely after the Iowa caucuses that Clinton won by a razor-thin margin — Sanders receives 58 percent support from likely Democratic primary voters. Clinton gets 38 percent support.
The same poll conducted last week showed similar numbers, with Sanders receiving 57 percent and Clinton 38 percent.
The Vermont senator has huge leads with young people and independents, the poll found.
Among independents, he garners 69 percent to Clinton's 26 percent. And with people ages 18-29, Sanders gets 76 percent, with the former secretary of State at 24 percent.
Among women, Sanders has a slight lead, with 50 percent support to Clinton's 46 percent.
The poll was conducted Feb 2-3 with 567 likely Democratic primary voters. It has a margin of error of 4.1 percent.
It reflects similar numbers to the RealClearPolitics average of polls in New Hampshire, which show Sanders with an 18.2 point lead over Clinton.
Sanders has 56 percent in the poll aggregation, compared to Clinton's 37.8 percent.