Washington (CNN)Democratic presidential rivals Bernie Sanders and Hillary Clinton are running neck-and-neck in California, ahead of Tuesday's primary that will be the last major contest of the primary race.
California Poll: Sanders, Clinton neck-and-neck
Clinton, who is expected to secure enough delegates on Tuesday to win the nomination, leads Sanders, 49%-47%, in the NBC News/Wall Street Journal/Marist poll, released Wednesday. The poll is consistent with other recent surveys that have found the two Democrats locked in a tight battle ahead of Tuesday's primary.
Sanders continues to win the support of a majority of younger voters and men, while Clinton is dominating among older voters and women -- a trend that has remained true throughout most of the nominating contests.
The poll also finds Clinton and Sanders easily beating Donald Trump in California in a general election matchup. Clinton would beat Trump 55%-31% and Sanders would beat him 62%-28%, according to the poll.
The poll surveyed 557 likely Democratic voters between May 29-31 and the results have a margin of error of plus or minus 4.2 percentage points and 1,833 registered voters for the general election matchups with a margin of error of plus or minus 2.3 percentage points.