Bernie SandersBernie SandersOvernight Finance: US preps cases linking North Korea to Fed heist | GOP chair says Dodd-Frank a 2017 priority | Chamber pushes lawmakers on Trump's trade pick | Labor nominee faces Senate Sanders: Block Trump's SEC pick Eye on 2018: Five special elections worth watching MORE owns a double-digit lead over Hillary ClintonHillary Rodham ClintonWatergate reporter on Russia: 'I’ve been saying for a while there’s a coverup going on' White House distances Trump from Manafort FBI has info suggesting coordination between Trump aides, Russia: report MORE one day before New Hampshire’s Democratic presidential primary, according to a new tracking poll.
The Vermont lawmaker takes 56 percent voter support, compared with Clinton’s 40 percent.
About 4 percent remain undecided before Tuesday’s critical early voting contest pollsters found.
Sanders is down 1 point in Monday's poll, while Clinton's support is unchanged.
New Hampshire’s likely Democratic-leaning primary voters are generally loyal toward one of their party’s contenders, pollsters additionally discovered.
About 82 percent are “definitely” backing Sanders versus 79 percent who feel the same about Clinton. Another 18 percent “could change their mind” about the senator, contrasted with 21 percent who may abandon Clinton.
UMass-Lowell/7 News conducted its latest poll of 407 likely Democratic-leaning primary voters in New Hampshire via cellphone and landline interviews Feb. 5–7. It has a 5.52 percent margin of error.