The latest poll out of Iowa shows a neck-and-neck race between Democratic presidential hopefuls Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders heading into Monday's caucuses in the state.
In the Des Moines Register-Bloomberg poll released Saturday, Clinton garnered support from 45 percent of likely Democratic caucusgoers, compared to Sanders' 42 percent. Democratic presidential candidate Martin O'Malley collected 3 percent of the support, according to the poll.
On the Republican side, the poll showed Donald Trump leading with 28 percent of support from likely GOP caucusgoers, followed by Ted Cruz at 23 percent and Marco Rubio at 15 percent.
The poll of 602 likely Democratic caucusgoers and 602 likely Republican caucusgoes, conducted January 26 through January 29, has a margin of error of plus or minus 4 percentage points.