The former First Lady gained 50 percent of the Democrats and Democratic-leaning independents against Sanders' 34 percent, according to a CNN/ORC poll, which was conducted after the latest presidential debate of the Democratic Party.

According to CNN/ORC poll, Clinton has even larger leads on foreign policy matters and ISIS, leading Sanders by 72 percent to 15 percent on foreign policy, 63 percent to 18 percent on ISIS.

The former Secretary of State  also holds a 21-point advantage over Sanders on handling gun policy, 51 percent prefer Clinton vs 30 percent Sanders, the news channel said.

She narrowly leads Donald Trump within the poll's margin of sampling error, 49 percent to 47 percent, in a hypothetical general election matchup.

But she falls behind Ted Cruz by two points (Cruz 48 percent to Clinton 46 percent and three points behind Marco Rubio (49 percent Rubio to 46 percent Clinton), the poll said.

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