A new poll just out this afternoon shows Democrat Hillary Clinton and Republican John McCain ahead in California, the biggest prize on Super Tuesday on Feb. 5.
The CNN/Los Angeles Times/Politico survey shows Clinton with 47 percent support among likely Democratic voters, Barack Obama with 31 percent, and John Edwards with 10 percent.
On the Republican side, McCain leads with 20 percent, ahead of Mitt Romney with 16 percent, Rudy Giuliani with 14 percent, Mike Huckabee with 13 percent, Ron Paul with 8 percent, and Fred Thompson with 6 percent.
More than 60 percent of Democrats, but less than 40 percent of Republicans, said they were certain of their vote. The poll was conducted Friday through Sunday and has a margin of error of plus or minus 5 percentage points among Democrats and 6 percentage points among Republicans.
The California primaries will award 370 Democratic delegates and 170 Republican ones.