There hasn’t been much change in the F&M in the past month.
The latest survey from Franklin & Marshall shows Clinton leading Sanders 55% to 29%. For likely voters, the matchup is 58% to 31% in Hillary’s favor.
Furthermore, Clinton leads among all demographics except for those under 35 years old.
In addition, Clinton supporters are more likely than Sanders supporters to say they are “certain” about their vote choice, 87% to 76%.
Finally, the former Secretary of State recorded a favorability rating of 69% against an unfavorable rating of 25%. The Vermont Senator is also in similar positive territory, recording a 66/24 favorable/unfavorable split.
This poll was conducted by the Center for Opinion Research at Franklin & Marshall College on behalf of the Center for Politics and Public Affairs. They surveyed 510 registered Democratic voters from April 11th to April 18th. The margin of error is +/- 4.2%.