Online poll: Clinton leads by 11 points in Michigan

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Clinton has 55 percent of the vote, with Sanders taking 44 percent in a CBS News 2016 Battleground Tracker survey conducted by YouGov.

According to the poll, Clinton is seen as being more qualified, but Sanders is seen as being more honest.

The survey was based on 1,415 online interviews of registered voters in Michigan. It has a margin of error of 7.7 percent.

Clinton also holds a double-digit lead in an NBC News/Wall Street Journal/Marist poll released Sunday. Clinton has 57 percent of the vote, with Sanders taking 40 percent.

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