Public Policy Polling presidential poll  |  Nationwide

February 2-3, 2016

On the Democratic side Hillary Clinton leads Bernie Sanders 53/32. Sanders does keep gradually moving closer- our previous couple polls had her leading 56/28 in December and 59/26 in November. But he still has some weaknesses that may make it hard for him to catch up. Primary among these is African American voters- Clinton leads 82/8 with them and has a 79/9 favorability compared to 27/23 for Sanders. That does suggest some possibility for Sanders to improve his position- part of his problem is just that black voters don't really know him yet- but he's starting at a tremendous disadvantage that will make the upcoming run of Southern primaries very difficult for him.
 
Sample size: ± 517 Likely Democratic Voters
Margin of error: ± 4.30
Poll source | Public Policy Polling
 


 
Hillary Clinton poll Hillary Clinton
   test   53.00%  
Bernie Sanders poll Bernie Sanders
   test   32.00%  
Poll results Undecided
   test   14.00%  



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