Tuesday, March 08, 2016
Hillary Clinton Has A 21 Point Lead Among New York Dems
It won't be until April 19th that New York Democrats will vote on how to apportion 245 of their 291 delegates, but it looks like that state will give the bulk of their delegates to Hillary Clinton. A new Siena College Poll (done between February 28th and March 3rd of a random sample of 368 registered Democratic voters, with a margin of error of 6.2 points) shows that New York Democrats are still solidly supporting Clinton (by a 21 point margin).
Sanders still has about five weeks to change the minds of New York Democrats -- but it will be an uphill fight, since this margin has held steady for several months now.