Harper Poll: Clinton 61% Sanders 33%

Hillary-ClintonHillary Clinton is poised for a big win in tomorrow’s PA Democratic presidential primary.

The former Secretary of State leads Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders by 28 points, picking up 6 points over the last three weeks, while Sanders’ support has remained stagnant, according to the latest Harper Poll.

Clinton leads Sanders across all ideologies, even beating him among very liberal Democrats 50-44%. She also wins across all age groups, edging Sanders with voters aged 18-39 by 4 points.

The former First Lady also wins in all regions across the state, performing the best in the most populated region – Philadelphia/Southeast PA – beating Sanders 72-23%.

Clinton picks up support from 68% of female Democratic voters and 54% of the male vote, while picking up 80% of the African-American vote, according to the poll.

75% of likely Katie McGinty’s supporters and 64% of Joe Sestak’s supporters are expected to vote for Clinton, while 57% of John Fetterman’s will back Sanders.

Harper Polling surveyed 641 likely Democratic primary voters through cellphone interviews with live operators and landline interviews conducted using Interactive Voice Response (IVR). The poll took place between on April 21st and April 23rd. The margin of error is +/- 3.9%.

April 25th, 2016 | Posted in Front Page Stories, Presidential, Top Stories | 7 Comments

7 thoughts on “Harper Poll: Clinton 61% Sanders 33%”

  1. CPEC LLC says:

    Agrees with “Facts to Observer” You get less than a 2% response rate from under 40 unless you do a live intro to cell numbers.

  2. tommyd says:

    Other polls have the gap as small as nine points.

  3. idratherbefishingwithric says:

    #Why #do #Sanders #supporters #feel #the #need #to #hashtag #everything #even #when #a #hashtag #won’t #tag?

  4. Martin Edwin Andersen says:

    Wake up and take a stand against Henry Kissinger’s vacation partner and for the Human Rights candidate: @BernieSanders! #HumanRightsMatter #Timor #Chile

  5. Facts to Observer says:

    Observer-

    Congress and the FCC, in their enduring wisdom, require taht cell phone numbers be removed from automated dialing systems (which almost all polling firms use to make sure they get required number of responses for an accurate sample size at practical labor cost and sure time window). Almost every phone based poll you’ve every seen was landlines only. That they added in hand dialed calls to cell numbers actually makes this poll more robust (and more expensive) than most.

  6. Observer says:

    LOLOLololol…. She leads among LANDLINE USERS age 18-39. Do YOU know any under 40s who use a landline? Amish country, maybe? This has got to be the stupidest polling outfit in the country!

  7. gulagPittsburgh says:

    Go Hillary.

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