Hillary Clinton continues to dominate the now smaller Democratic field of candidates in the first NBC News online poll conducted by SurveyMonkey taken after Joe Biden officially declared himself out of the presidential race.
Clinton has reinforced her lead to 20 points, receiving support from 50 percent of democratic or democratic leaning voters.
Meanhile, Bernie Sanders remains a force to consider. The Vermont senator is holding onto a solid segment of the Democratic electorate, with 30 percent support.
Martin O'Malley and Larry Lessig, with just 1 percent support, have not been able to make a dent in their levels of support.