A new poll out of Massachusetts shows Democratic presidential candidates Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders tied in the state, while Donald Trump holds a big lead over his Republican primary opponents.
Massachusetts is among the Super Tuesday states voting March 1.
Clinton and Sanders each garnered 46 percent support in the Emerson College Polling Society survey, with 5 percent of respondents undecided.
"Massachusetts was a strong Clinton state based on polling from the fall but is now a toss-up for Super Tuesday, March 1," reads ECPS' polling memo.
In the Republican contest, Trump received 50 percent support in the Massachusetts poll, followed by Marco Rubio at a distant 16 percent, John Kasich at 13 percent, Ted Cruz at 10 percent and Ben Carson at 2 percent.
The ECPS poll was conducted February 19 through February 21. The Republican poll of 289 likely primary voters has a margin of error of plus or minus 5.7 percent. The Democratic poll of 417 likely primary voters has a margin of error of plus or minus 4.75 percent.
The poll results come after Clinton won the Nevada Democratic caucuses Saturday, garnering 53 percent of the vote to Sanders' 47 percent.
Meanwhile, Republicans had a primary election in South Carolina on Saturday as well. Trump won the South Carolina Republican primary with 33 percent of the vote, trailed by Rubio at 22.5 percent and Cruz at 22.3 percent.
Jeb Bush dropped out of the Republican presidential primary race Saturday after finishing in fourth place in South Carolina.