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New poll finds Sanders and Warren are neck and neck in Massachusetts

New poll finds Sanders and Warren are neck and neck in Massachusetts
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Sens. Elizabeth WarrenElizabeth WarrenSchwarzenegger says he would 'absolutely' help Biden administration Disney chair says he would consider job in Biden administration if asked Despite veto threat, Congress presses ahead on defense bill MORE (D-Mass.) and Bernie SandersBernie SandersFormer Sanders press secretary: 'Principal concern' of Biden appointments should be policy DeVos knocks free college push as 'socialist takeover of higher education' The Hill's 12:30 Report — Presented by Capital One — Giuliani denies discussing preemptive pardon with Trump MORE (I-Vt.) are locked in a close race in Warren's home state of Massachusetts, a recent University of Massachusetts Lowell poll shows.

Of likely Democratic primary voters, 21 percent said they would support Sanders, while 20 percent chose Warren.

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Notably, 39 percent of surveyed likely voters said they could still change their mind about who they vote for.

Massachusetts is one of the 14 states that will hold its primary on Super Tuesday, March 3.

Sanders has found success in the first two nominating contests, virtually tying for first in the Iowa caucuses with Buttigieg and then winning New Hampshire outright. He's also the favorite to win in Saturday's Nevada caucuses.

Warren finished third in Iowa and fourth in New Hampshire, but received a fundraising boost Wednesday as a result of her strong primary debate performance in Las Vegas.

The poll was conducted Feb. 12-19 and surveyed 450 likely Democratic primary voters in Massachusetts. It has a margin of error of plus or minus 6.1 percentage points.