Poll: Clinton Falls Behind Sanders For First Time Nationally

Christian Datoc | Breaking News and Engagement Editor

Bernie Sanders has overtaken Hillary Clinton in the latest Fox News national presidential poll.

Among Democratic voters, 47 percent named Sanders as their first choice for president, a 10 point jump from Fox News’ January poll.

On the other hand, Clinton’s support fell 5 points from 49 percent to 44 percent, and she lost ground to Sanders among some of her core demographics, including women (-25), whites (-13) and “regular democrats” (-14).

Unlike the Democratic race, GOP front-runner Donald Trump still still sits atop Fox’s polls.

The real-estate mogul garnered 39 percent support from self-proclaimed Republicans. Ted Cruz’s 19 percent and Marco Rubio’s 15 were good for second and third, respectively.

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