Poll: Clinton, Trump ahead in key Super Tuesday states
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Democratic presidential candidate Hillary ClintonHillary Rodham Clinton“60 Minutes” tracks how fake news spreads Ill. gov candidate runs as fresh face, despite ties to political machine Huma Abedin 'working hard' on marriage with Anthony Weiner: report MORE and Republican presidential candidate Donald TrumpDonald Trump Jeb Bush: Trump a ‘distraction in and of himself’ Protests erupt across Russia, hundreds arrested: reports Ill. gov candidate runs as fresh face, despite ties to political machine MORE are polling ahead of their competitors in key Super Tuesday states, according to a new online poll released Sunday.

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Clinton holds at least a 20-point lead among Democrats in Georgia, Texas and Virginia, according to a new CBS News/YouGov poll.

Clinton has 63 percent of the vote in Georgia compared to Bernie SandersBernie SandersSanders will 'absolutely' work with Trump to lower prescription drug costs Sanders says he will introduce 'Medicare for all' bill Sunday shows preview: Aftermath of failed healthcare bill MORE's 35 percent. In Virginia, she takes 59 percent of the vote and Sanders takes 39 percent. In Texas, Clinton has 61 percent support, while Sanders takes 37 percent.

Clinton also has the support of three out of four black voters in the three states, has a lead among voters ages 45 and older, and is ahead with women voters.

Trump is also ahead among Republicans in Georgia and Virginia, pollsters found, but comes in second in Texas, the home state of rival Sen. Ted CruzTed CruzHow 'Big Pharma' stifles pharmaceutical innovation AIPAC must reach out to President Trump Under pressure, Dems hold back Gorsuch support MORE.

In Georgia, Trump takes 40 percent of the vote with his closest rival, Cruz, taking 29 percent. In Virginia, the front-runner also has 40 percent, while rival Sen. Marco RubioMarco RubioSenators introduce new Iran sanctions Senate intel panel has not seen Nunes surveillance documents: lawmakers With no emerging leaders, no clear message, Democrats flounder MORE (Fla.) comes in second with 27 percent. In Texas, Trump polls in second place with 31 percent, behind Cruz's 42 percent.

Voters in the three states think Cruz is the most conservative. Only a small number of voters say the GOP represents them very well, according to the poll.

The CBS News/YouGov poll has an 8.6 percent margin of error among Democrats in Georgia, 9.2 percent margin of error in Virginia and 6.9 percent margin of error in Texas. Among Republicans, the margin of error is 7 percent in Georgia, 8.6 percent in Virginia and 5.6 percent in Texas.