Sen. Bernie Sanders has drawn almost even with Hillary Clinton among Latino voters nationwide on the strength of support from voters younger than 35, new polling shows.
Since late January, Sanders has almost eliminated Clinton’s once-formidable lead among Latinos, according to a weekly tracking poll conducted by SurveyMonkey for NBC News. His gains have come largely among younger Latinos.
Among Latinos younger than 35, Sanders led Clinton 60%-34%, in the tracking poll for the week that ended Sunday. For Latinos 35 and older, the opposite was true -- Clinton led by 30 points.