It looks like a close race in Nevada.
Likely Democratic caucusgoers are split between Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders, according to a new CNN/ORC Poll released days before the caucuses.
Clinton received the support of 48 percent while Sanders got 47 percent. Clinton leads with women while Sanders tops Clinton state among voters under age 55.
Clinton narrowly won Iowa and was trounced in New Hampshire. Her campaign has long hoped the more diverse state of Nevada would put her back on track, but the new polls shows she is in a tough fight.
On the Republican side, Donald Trump holds a wide lead with the support of 45 percent of likely caucusgoers. Marco Rubio and Ted Cruz are close in second place with Rubio at 19 percent and Cruz at 17 percent.