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27% Lead, Trump Soars Over Nikki Haley In South Carolina Poll


How much longer, Nikki Haley?

We all see the writing on the wall.

Do you?

So, here’s the scoop.  It look’s like Trump is on target for another win over Haley.

This time it’ll be in the challenger’s home state of South Carolina. And Trump is already in the lead, leaving Haley to play catch up.

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The New York Post reports:

Former President Donald Trump is on course for another double-digit win over 2024 rival Nikki Haley — this time in her home state of South Carolina, according to a new poll.

Trump, 77, enjoys 58% support among likely voters in the Feb. 24 Palmetto State GOP primary, per the survey by the American Promise and the Tyson Group.

Haley, 52, had 31% backing while 11% said they were unsure about whom to support.

Trump led Haley among all political and age groups sampled — except for self-declared Democrats, 49% of whom said they supported Haley and just 5% of whom said they backed the former president.

More than two-thirds of respondents (68%) said they held favorable views of Trump, with 44% saying those views were “strongly favorable.”

By contrast, only 56% said they had favorable opinions of Haley, with just 23% saying their views of her were “strongly favorable.”

The economy and immigration were far and away the top issues for South Carolina voters, with 66% saying the former was one of their top two issues and half saying the same of “fighting illegal immigration.”

Haley has maintained she doesn’t need the support of the “political elite,” and that her lack of support stems from her previous actions to keep the South Carolina government “accountable.”

The online poll surveyed 543 likely Republican primary voters Jan. 24-26 and has a margin of error of plus or minus 4.4 percentage points.

And here’s Haley trying to throw Trump under the bus.

Not going to work.

She got called out pretty quickly over this.

Another state.

Another poll.

Another loss.

I hope she’s getting used to this.



 

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