TRUMP LEADS NIKKI HALEY IN HER HOME STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA BY A WIDE MARGIN
According to a recent poll of local Republican primary voters done by Neighborhood Research and Media, Donald Trump is solidly in command of the South Carolina GOP primary field.
According to their estimates, Trump received 35.1 percent of the vote in South Carolina, while Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis received 21.8 percent. In her native state, Nikki Haley received only 16.4 percent of the vote.
Haley, who has declared her candidacy for the 2024 presidential election, was South Carolina’s governor from 2011 to 2017. Under the Trump administration, she also served as a United Nations ambassador.
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Donald Trump lost no time in responding to Haley’s announcement of her candidacy in mid-February, issuing a press release in which he slammed the former ambassador on a number of prior remarks and policy views.
According to RSBN, Trump labeled the press release “The Real Nikki Haley” and criticized her for her opinions on immigration, the Ukraine-Russia war, and her now-broken commitment not to run for president if President Trump ran.
Thus far, Trump appears to be the guy to beat in the 2024 presidential election. According to Morning Consult’s GOP Primary Tracker, the 45th president has 47 percent of Republican support, compared to 31 percent for Gov. DeSantis. Haley received only one vote in that poll.
According to RSBN, Haley publicly defied Trump after the “riots” in the United States Capitol on January 6, 2021.
Thus far, Trump appears to be the guy to beat in the 2024 presidential election. According to Morning Consult’s GOP Primary Tracker, the 45th president has 47 percent of Republican support, compared to 31 percent for Gov. DeSantis. In that survey, Haley received barely 3% of the vote.
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According to Breitbart, Sen. Tim Scott, R-South Carolina, is considering a run for President.
In the Neighborhood Research and Media survey, Scott received 1.6 percent of the vote. Scott recently told Joey Hudson on “The Morning Answer” that there was “space for two South Carolinians” in the presidential primary contest in 2024.