Poll: Clinton holds commanding lead in NC
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Clinton is up 26 points among likely Democratic primary voters over rival Bernie Sanders, 55 to 29 percent, in the High Point University poll released Monday.  

The survey of 478 likely Democratic primary voters in North Carolina was conducted from Jan. 30 through Feb. 4. It has a  4.5-percent margin of error. 

Clinton and Sanders are both campaigning in New Hampshire on Monday ahead of that state's primary on Tuesday. Sanders has a 12.8-point lead over Clinton in the Granite State, according to the RealClearPolitics average of polls.

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