Bernie SandersBernie SandersEx-Arizona governor: Hispanic Dems 'don’t get out and vote' Emails show Clinton camp's plans to work with writers to hit Sanders Small donors aren’t revolutionizing Congress. At least not yet. MORE has over double the voter support of Hillary ClintonHillary Rodham ClintonTrump to lay out first 100 days in Gettysburg speech GOP senator: Dems making ‘concerted effort to produce fraudulent votes’ Trump touts Navy expansion proposal in Pa. MORE in New Hampshire, according to a new poll.
Sanders leads the Democratic presidential front-runner by 33 points among registered Democrats in the University of Massachusetts-Lowell/7 News survey released Wednesday. He takes 63 percent in the Granite State, contrasted with 30 percent for Clinton in results unchanged from the pollsters' previous survey.
New Hampshire’s Democratic-leaning voters are also fairly certain about their candidate before next Tuesday’s primary, pollsters found.
About 81 percent would “definitely” vote for Sanders, versus 75 percent who say the same about Clinton.
Just 19 percent “could change their mind” about the Vermont lawmaker, while 25 percent admitted that may rethink the former secretary of State.
UMass-Lowell/7 News conducted its latest survey of 415 Democratic-leaning voters in New Hampshire via cell and landline telephone interviews from Jan. 31–Feb. 2. It has a 5.38 percent margin of error.
Clinton edged out Sanders earlier this week in “a historically close” contest during the Iowa Democratic primary caucuses, 49.6 percent to 49.4 percent.
Sanders remains competitive in New Hampshire, however. The self-described democratic socialist leads the field by over 18 points there.