By Jesse Byrnes
Democratic front-runner Hillary ClintonHillary Rodham ClintonMark Cuban: Trump’s relative eye-rolled at debate Obama hometown newspaper picks Gary Johnson over Clinton We the millennials, in order to form a more perfect democracy MORE continues to lead Bernie SandersBernie SandersAnti-trade senators say chamber would be crazy to pass TPP Vulnerable NH Republican ties reelection bid to Trump Overnight Finance: Congress poised to avoid shutdown | Yellen defends Fed from Trump | Why Obama needs PhRMA on trade MORE despite sharpened attacks from the Independent Vermont senator, according to a new national poll.
Half of Democratic primary voters in the latest poll said it's too early to say definitively which candidate they will support, but 54 percent of Clinton supporters said their minds are made up while 58 percent of Sanders supporters said they haven't made a final decision.
Clinton and Sanders will take the stage for the second Democratic debate Saturday night, along with former Maryland Gov. Martin O'Malley, who took 5 percent in the latest poll.
Two Democratic candidates dropped out of the race since the last debate on Oct. 13, and since then Vice President Biden also withdrew himself from consideration.
Sanders has ratcheted up his attacks on Clinton in recent weeks over marijuana, the death penalty and other issues in order to draw a contrast with her.
The latest national poll was conducted Nov. 6-10 via landlines and cellphones with 418 Democratic primary voters with a margin of error of 6 points.