Democratic presidential hopeful Martin O’Malley has made no headway in his home state, according to a new poll, which shows that only 2 percent of Maryland Democratic voters would support the former governor.

Hillary Rodham Clinton, the former secretary of state, leads in the Goucher Poll, with 43 percent, followed by Vice President Joe Biden, with 23 percent, and Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.), with 17 percent. Biden has yet to say whether he will run.

“Although Martin O’Malley was a popular two-term governor among Democrats in the state, his campaign’s difficulties in gaining traction nationwide are reflected in Maryland,” said Mileah Kromer, director of the Sarah T. Hughes Field Politics Center at Goucher College.

Maryland is scheduled to hold its presidential primary on April 26, well into the calendar for the Democratic nomination. O’Malley kicked off his campaign in late May in Baltimore, where he served two terms as mayor, but none of the presidential candidates have spent much time campaigning in Maryland since then.

O’Malley draws 4 percent in Iowa and 2 percent in New Hampshire, according to polls from those first two nominating states released over the weekend by NBC News and The Wall Street Journal.