Correction: Due to a processing error, this story inaccurately reported candidates’ support in a previous Morning Consult poll conducted from January 29 through February 1. Sen. Bernie Sanders gained only one percentage point, Hillary Clinton gained one percentage point, Donald Trump lost three percentage points, Sen. Marco Rubio gained four percentage points and Sen. Ted Cruz gained two percentage points. We regret the error.

After nearly beating Hillary Clinton in Iowa, Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders saw his support among Democrat voters increase one percentage point to 35 percent, his highest ever amount in Morning Consult polling. But Clinton’s significant lead also increased by one percentage point, up to 51 percent.

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*Due to a processing error, a previous version of this table inaccurately reported the results for the Jan. 29-Feb. 1 poll. We regret the error.

Despite coming in second in Iowa, Donald Trump maintains a sizable lead among Republican voters at 38 percent, a number that decreased three percentage points following the results of the caucus. Texas Sen. Ted Cruz and Florida Sen. Marco Rubio are in a statistical tie for second, with Cruz getting 14 percent of the vote and Rubio at 12 percent. Rubio gained four percentage points after a stronger-than-expected third place finish in Iowa. Cruz gained two percentage points after winning the caucus.

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Likely Voters494434494434494434484434484535484535484535484435494435494335494435494435494435484435484435494435494335484435484435484534494434484435484435494435494435494435484435494335494335494335494335504235504334514234514234504235504235504235504235504235514235514235514234504234504235504235504235504235504235504235504225504225504324514234504334514234514234514234504235504334504235514234504234514234504235504235504235514235504234504235504235504235504235504235514235504235504235514235514235514235504235514325
Democrats90523905229062290522906229052290622915229052391523905229052289523895239052391523914239052390523906229062290622905239052390523905229152291522915229162290622915239152291422914229142291522915229242392422924229252291522925229152391522905239052290523915139241392413924229242292422925129251292522925229251292512924129152292522925229251292512925129151292512915139251291512915139151391512915129251292412924129151392512
Independents4339810424089433999424089433981143397114438711443871144387114240612433961243406114439611424061242406114240711433881044388104439711434061144387114338711433871142407114339710433871243367134336713433781344377124438612453861146386104637610473761047366114835611473661148356104835711493471046367114537710453771046358114535812453681144377124537612443671345367114636711463761146366114537711453771145377114536711453671146368114734711473581047367104636810463581145369114536910463681047358104734811473481246347124634712463581147347124734712473471246368114536811453771145377114537611
Republicans78912789137891368913690136901369113690127901278913690136901369013691126911269013690136901369013690137901379013790136901379013690136901379013789138881478814788137891378913888137891378913788147881378913789138881388813789138881388813788137881378913789136901379013789137891378912888138881388813789137891378913789137881378913788137881478913789137891378813888138881388813789137891378913689137891378913789137891378913
Gen Zers552810753319751331075231108523089572878582778622486592777582868563078592688602677602389552791054288105330895727795925886226665928765629785627895627895727795826696124696324586127675927775927776026785927776026766125866223786123886123886322876323776422776025776323866025875925885825796024896025875926785927786025696225576523666522766422866224776522676820666920666623656423666323875924107602497612497652087622396642386612586632386612586622486612577602587612488602488622378622477652276652276662275672265
Millennials523945533944543654533854523955513945504145504145514144534034533945533934523945514135524035504054514044514054523945524044523944504055503955503956523855523855513956523856523855543745533845543835553744563644553644563645553645543646523945533845553645563545553645533745523746523756533755523855523845523946533835543835563734563644543834553744543944553844523944523845543745553744563644563644553644533845533845533845543745533845533845523945533845543844533845533845543745533845513955514045514045533845
Gen Xers464734464734454735454735454645464635484435484336484436474436464635474535454636454735454835474634484534474635464635474635474625484425494425504324494525484525464625454726454736454636474526494326524125524025524125484435484534474535494434484435484535484435464635464725454824484535494435504235504226494335494434494334494435484435484525484435484435484435474535464635454636474525484435494435484435464535494435494435494335484435474535464725464725484525494325484525474625474525484425484426484525474525
Baby Boomers484714494524494624484624474824464824474824464824474724474724484614474714484625474724484624484614494524474724474724464824474724474824474824474824474824474724474724494524494425494425484525484625474724474724484724484624484614484615494514494624494524494524504424514424524324514424494524484625484525494425504414494514484614494524494524494524494524494624494514494524504424504424494524494524494624504415494515494514494624504524504425504325504325504424504424494424504424504424504424514424504424504514

*Due to a processing error, a previous version of this table inaccurately reported the results for the Jan. 29-Feb. 1 poll. We regret the error.

 

Morning Consult conducted a national survey of 1508 registered voters from February 2-3, 2015. Results from the full survey have a margin of error of ±3%. The interviews were conducted online and the data were weighted to approximate a target sample of registered voters based on age, race/ethnicity, gender, educational attainment, and region.

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