(NEWSER) – This is not the February that the Clinton campaign was expecting. After Hillary Clinton's overwhelming loss to Bernie Sanders in the New Hampshire primary and just before the Nevada Democratic caucus, she has fallen behind in a national poll for the first time.

According to the latest Fox News poll, Sanders has gained 10 points and is now leading Clinton 47% to 44% among Democratic primary voters nationwide. The poll found that while either Democrat would defeat GOP front-runner Donald Trump in a general election, Sanders would cruise to victory with 53% to Trump's 38%, while Clinton would have a much narrower margin of victory at 47% to 42%.

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