According to the latest Harper Poll, Clinton holds a twenty-two point lead over Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders.
Hillary is currently at 55% while Bernie got 33%. Sanders improved from his standing in March but he’s still far behind.
Sanders’ one bright spot is very liberal voters who prefer him by a 51% to 45% margin.
There is a gigantic gender gap in this contest with Hillary leading Bernie 49% to 40% among men in contrast to her 60% to 27% advantage among women.
Both candidates are viewed very well by Pennsylvania Democrats.
Clinton has a 75% favorable rating (47% very favorable, 28% somewhat favorable) and just a 24% unfavorable rating (13% very unfavorable, 11% somewhat favorable).
Sanders recorded a 71% favorable rating (33% very favorable, 38% somewhat favorable) against a 27% unfavorable rating (9% very unfavorable, 18% somewhat unfavorable).
Harper Polling surveyed 603 likely Democratic primary voters through landline interviews conducted using Interactive Voice Response (IVR). The poll took place between on April 2nd and April 3rd. The margin of error is +/- 4%.