Sanders now holds an incredible 27% lead over Hillary Clinton in the state of New Hampshire - according to the latest poll released by CNN/WMUR - and a stunning 8% lead over Clinton in Iowa now!
This is the biggest lead that Bernie Sanders has held over Hillary Clinton in the election cycle thus far in these two states.
Not only is Bernie Sanders performing extremely well in Iowa and New Hampshire; he's also performing well with overall favorability.
In fact, Sanders has the highest favorability rating of any of the candidates running for President of the United States at this point in time (Republican or Democrat).
Check out his last ten favorability polls below.
Sanders ranks as favorable in 9 of the last 10 polls performed...
Hillary Clinton on the other-hand has been performing very poorly in overall favorability.
The polling data released by Morning Consult show that a whopping 52% of Americans view Hillary Clinton unfavorably, with only 43% of Americans seeing her as favorable.
This trend is nothing new for Clinton, who has actually been polled as unfavorable in the last 21 polls conducted on this.
Yes, you read that correctly...
Hillary Clinton has been viewed as unfavorable in the last 21 polls conducted on this, which means that she has an enormous problem going on in her campaign for President of the United States.
Enormous may even be an understatement.
To find the last time that Hillary Clinton was viewed favorably in the eyes of Americans, you have to go all the way back to early November of last year (11/6 - 11/10) from a poll released by Public Religion Research Institute.
...And even then, Hillary only had a favorability rating of (+1).
Hillary's favorability ratings are starting to look eerily similar to another candidate running for President.
That candidate? Donald Trump.
Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton are actually tied in the latest favorability ratings, with a crushing 52% of Americans viewing them unfavorably.
Check out Hillary Clinton's slipping favorability ratings below.
Will Bernie Sanders overcome Hillary Clinton in the race for the Democratic Nomination like Barack Obama did in 2008?
Is Hillary Clinton going to #FeelTheBern when the election officially begins in just ten weeks? Let us know what you think below...