Bernie Sanders from Vermont holds a 4-point lead over former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton in the state of Wisconsin according to a Marquette Law School poll released on Wednesday afternoon.
49.2 percent of Democratic primary voters opted for Sanders over 44.9 percent choosing Clinton.
No participant named a third candidate, but 5.5 percent said they were currently undecided. In February, the same poll was given with Sanders leading 44% to Clinton’s 43%.
The Wisconsin primary has 96 delegates at stake for the Democratic candidates and is a must-win for Sanders to stay in the race, attempting to hold on to the momentum he’s been riding since taking all three Democratic primaries on Saturday.
The contest will be held on April 5.