The former secretary of state has a new lead in the first Democratic presidential primary debate, according to a New Hampshire Public Policy Polling survey.
Clinton leads Sanders by a margin of 56 percent to 39 percent in the New Hampshire primary, the pollsters said Thursday.
That compares with a 45-38 percent advantage for Sanders among Democrats.
Clinton is ahead by a 10-point margin among women, 46 percent to 43 percent.
Sanders, meanwhile, leads by a 13-point gap among men, 45 percent to 42 percent.
Clinton was leading Sanders by 15 points among likely Democratic primary voters in the poll.
The pollster said Clinton was the clear winner among voters who plan to vote in the primary, but Sanders was the winner among those who are undecided.
Sanders is the first Democrat to win New Hampshire since President Jimmy Carter in 1980.
New Hampshire’s Democratic primary is Aug. 31.
Sanders and Clinton face off in a debate scheduled for Monday in St. Anselm College, a private college in Manchester.
The debate is scheduled to start at 9 p.m. ET on CNN.