With a busy weekend of campaigning prior to Tuesday’s vote approaching, Sanders trails former Secretary of State Clinton by just two percentage points — well within the survey’s statistical margin of error.
"While it is a truism that turnout is a key factor in determining who will win any close election, it is especially true in this race," a press release with the poll explained. "The widest differences are generational, with Sanders the overwhelming choice of voters under age 30 and Clinton preferred by a two-to-one margin among Democratic primary voters age 65 or older."
According to the survey, Clinton holds a 45 percent to 43 percent edge over Sanders.
Sanders has said earlier his plan was to win over super-delegates who are not secured by primary or caucus elections and may be swayed to support the strongest candidate the Democratic Party can offer against a Republican or other rival in the presidential election.
The poll also showed that 60 percent of the state’s likely Republican voters plan to vote for billionaire businessman Donald Trump.