BOSTON — The Democratic divide in Massachusetts was laid bare on Monday, with Bernie Sanders and Hillary Clinton both campaigning here ahead of an anticipated close outcome.

Massachusetts is seen as a key test of Clinton’s frontrunner, and if she wins here the former secretary of state would deal a major blow to Sanders’ hopes for an upset.

The most recent poll of Massachusetts Democratic primary voters found Clinton drawing 50% of the vote to Sanders’s 42%. According to the survey, released by Suffolk University on Sunday, 8% remain undecided.

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Clinton and Sanders spar in Massachusetts ahead of Tuesday vote