Quinnipiac’s poll shows Clinton topping Sanders by a 59-to-33 percent margin. She holds a 57-to-32 percent advantage in the PPP survey.
The Quinnipiac poll finds a significant gender gap among Florida Democrats, with women preferring Clinton 69-to-24 and men favoring Sanders 47-to-43. But PPP finds Clinton getting more support from men than women. In the PPP poll, men side with Clinton by a 59-to-30 percent margin while women favor her by 56-to-34 percent.
Quinnipiac and PPP both find older voters favoring Clinton by a huge margin. Among voters younger than 45, Quinnipiac shows Sanders leading Clinton, 51 percent to 39 percent. But PPP has the under-45 bracket favoring Clinton by a 47-to-44 percent margin.
Quinnipiac’s poll of 405 likely Democratic primary voters was conducted Sunday through Wednesday and has a 4.5 percent margin of error. PPP surveyed 388 likely Democratic primary voters on Wednesday and Thursday; its poll has a 5 percent margin of error.