Hillary ClintonHillary Rodham ClintonDem: Pruitt violating anti-campaigning law with GOP fundraiser Michael Flynn’s troubles mount Writer who pushed 'Pizzagate' conspiracy theory says he'll attend WH briefing MORE holds a 17-point lead over rival Sen. Bernie SandersBernie SandersGive Trump the silent treatment Macron: Gets a win in France, but now the challenge comes Conway: I have 'no idea' who is leading Democratic Party MORE (I-Vt.) in Michigan, according to a new poll released just days before the state’s voters head to the polls.
Pollsters noted, however, that Clinton’s support is more narrow among the larger Democratic electorate, at 52 to 44 percent.
Clinton leads Sanders among Michigan’s African-Americans, those ages 45 and older, Democrats, women, men, and whites.
Sanders leads among the state’s independents and those under 45 years old.
Both Clinton and Sanders would beat GOP front-runner Donald TrumpDonald TrumpPriebus: Syria, China moves part of 'Trump Doctrine' Poll: Most millennials disapprove of Trump Trudeau calls premiers to talk US trade MORE in a hypothetical general election match-up in Michigan, according to the poll, with Sanders winning by 22 points and Clinton by 16 points.
The NBC/WSJ/Marist poll, conducted March 1-3, has a 4.2 percent margin of error.