Hillary Clinton is having no trouble maintaining a big lead against Bernie Sanders in her adopted state of New York.

A new NBC/WSJ poll has Clinton leading Sanders among likely New York Democrats by 14 points, 55 percent to 41 percent.

Clinton leads Sanders 51 percent to 39 percent in a new Monmouth University poll.

The poll found Clinton, a former two-term US Senator from New York, and Sanders effectively tied among white voters but Clinton dominates 62 percent to 22 percent among African-American, Hispanic and other non-white voters.

A Fox News survey released yesterday shows Clinton with a 16-point lead, and a Quinnipiac poll conducted in late March had Clinton up by 12 points.

There is one alarm bell going off for Clinton. The NBC/WSJ poll finds that 30 percent of likely New York Democratic voters who support Sanders say they wouldn’t support Clinton in a general election. She’ll have some work to do to unite the party in the fall.
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