Latest Reuters Poll: Bernie Sanders Takes The National Lead!
The newest, latest Reuters/Ipsos poll which was released on Tuesday shows that Sanders finally overtook the lead from Clinton nationwide by ONE point, with the registered Democratic voters.
Via U.S. Uncut:
The survey of 1,680 registered voters, 635 of whom identified as Democrats, was conducted between April 9 and April 13. Among all Democrats and Democratic-leaning independent voters, Bernie Sanders leads Hillary Clinton by a 47-42 margin, with 11 percent of respondents saying they wouldn’t vote for either candidate. Sanders beats Clinton by a narrow margin of 49-48 among registered Democrats, and he demolishes Clinton by 16 points among self-identified independents. The poll’s margin of error is 2.7 percent.
Among all respondents, 36 percent identify as Democrats, 28 percent affiliate with the Republican Party, and 12 percent listed themselves as independents, with 9 percent leaning toward Democrats, 5 percent toward Republican, and 7 percent favoring a third party. Finally, only 2 percent of those surveyed said they were unsure of their party affiliation.
Bernie Sanders has been on a streak winning 8 out the last 9 contests. Seems that it finally paid of. According to some different charts and polls (here), Clinton is still leading slightly. But one thing is for sure, this poll will surely give Sanders the boost he needs before the NY Primary.