The latest Wall Street Journal/NBC News/Marist poll shows a mere 2% spread between Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders in the California Presidential Primary.
Hillary Clinton garners 49% of the vote while Sanders gets 47%. The difference falls within the margin of error for the poll.
Sanders is depending on a victory in California on June 7 to keep his slim hopes for the Democratic nomination alive. California offers 475 pledged delegates, the biggest haul of any state.
Clinton can secure enough delegates for the nomination next week even without winning California, thanks to the superdelegates who have already pledged to support her.
If Sanders were to win California, he could make a persuasive case that the superdelegates should support him at the Democrat National Convention.
The state awards its delegates proportionally, so a close race won't change the overall delegate math.
One bit of good news for Hillary is that she leads the race with early voters, 58% to 41%.
Last week, California's Governor Jerry Brown endorse Hillary saying, she is "the only path forward" to defeat Donald Trump.
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