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.