The California primary might not be a dogfight after all, according to a new poll that shows Hillary Clinton with a commanding 13-point lead over Bernie Sanders.
The poll released Tuesday by Stanford University's Hoover Foundation is a far cry from last week's Public Policy Institute of California survey that found the Democrats in a virtual dead heat, with Clinton leading by just two points.
The two polls are in agreement when it comes to the race for U.S. Senate. Both have Democrats Kamala Harris and Rep. Loretta Sanchez, likely advancing to a runoff in November with their top three Republican candidates far behind.
A new Field Poll scheduled for release later this week could shed more light on the state of the presidential contest, but experts warn it could be a doozy to handicap. With a stunning 1.5 million Californians registering to vote as Democrats or independents so far this year -- many of them under 35 -- analysts said it's hard to forecast exactly what the electorate will look like for the June 7 primary.