This polling data is the first poll released for the state of New Hampshire in 2016. Many believe that if Bernie Sanders can win the first two states in the 2016 Democratic Primaries (Iowa and New Hampshire, that he may be able to start a Domino Effect, and become the eventual representative for the Democratic party in the General Election.
Another interesting fact to take away from the way that the 2016 Democratic Primaries is going is that Bernie Sanders is not in that much of a different position than Barack Obama was in 2008. Bernie Sanders is actually outperforming Obama's 2008 national numbers by 5.6% Nationally compared to late December polling data.
It's not too farfetched to believe that Bernie Sanders will be the eventual nominee of the Democratic Party. All of the momentum is on his side, and he is performing very well in key states. California is a huge state, and if the youth comes on in droves, he may win that state too. He currently has a 25% edge over Clinton in the state of California with Democratic Voters between the ages of 18-39.