A new poll for the Baltimore Sun has Hillary Clinton leading Bernie Sanders by a margin of 61-28%.
Hillary Clinton has a significant lead in her bid for the Democratic presidential nomination in Maryland, underscoring her strength with African-American voters and women, a new poll for The Baltimore Sun and the University of Baltimore has found.
The former secretary of state has a vast, 33-point advantage over Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders among likely Democratic primary voters. Political observers said that margin makes it unlikely Sanders will be able to repeat the kind of upset he managed in Michigan when Marylanders go to the polls April 26.
“She’s in a really strong position, almost across the board,” said Steve Raabe, president of OpinionWorks, the Annapolis-based firm that conducted the poll.