EAST LANSING, Mich (WLNS) – A new poll out of Michigan State University shows it may be a very close Primary race in Michigan between Democrats Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders.
The winter State of the State survey shows Clinton has a five point lead over Sanders.
However it’s not a big enough lead to discount a possible Sanders victory tomorrow with results well within the survey’s margin of error.
This latest poll is showing much different results from other recent surveys including an EPIC-MRA survey that found Clinton pulling more than 50 percent of the Democratic vote.
And in the GOP Primary race the MSU results are mirroring the results of other polls with Donald Trump holding a significant lead over the other three candidates.
The race for second place is still close with Ted Cruz getting 19.5 percent of the vote and Marco Rubio hovering around 18 percent.