NewsPolls revealed 10 days to South Carolina Republicans preliminaries

Polls revealed 10 days to South Carolina Republicans preliminaries

DANIEL ISLAND, SC - FEBRUARY 4: Republican presidential candidate Nikki Haley speaks during a campaign rally at New Realm Brewing Company on February 4, 2024, in Daniel Island, S.C. (Photo by Ricky Carioti/The Washington Post via Getty Images)
DANIEL ISLAND, SC - FEBRUARY 4: Republican presidential candidate Nikki Haley speaks during a campaign rally at New Realm Brewing Company on February 4, 2024, in Daniel Island, S.C. (Photo by Ricky Carioti/The Washington Post via Getty Images)
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3:39 PM EST, February 14, 2024

In a Winthrop University poll, 65 percent of the state voters supported Donald Trump. At the same time, only 29% want to support Nikki Haley's run for the presidency, as only 10 days are left till the South Carolina Republicans' preliminary.

Losing her state?

Nikki Haley, former governor of South Carolina, is yet to face another campaign challenge as she is about to face Trump in preliminaries in her "home state"

The Winthrop Poll doesn't give her a lot of chances, and the institution's director was there to analyze the results: "In late January, a poll showed that Trump supporters were more enthusiastic than Haley supporters. This enthusiasm appears to have come to fruition in our poll of likely voters. "

He added later that any crossover voting from independents supporting democrats would surely go into Haley's account, but it would not change the results by a significant margin.

Will South Carolina support Biden or Trump?

As We can expect from previous years' results, the state is likely to support a Republican candidate, but this time, according to Winthrop, Biden cannot even think of going over 40% here. If the candidates were Biden and Trump, the President would earn 35% to 50% of the votes for Trump. If Biden were to stand against Haley, He wouldn't gain that much, as the poll shows only 29% to 47% of former Governors.

Source: winthrop university

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