Republican Nikki Haley remains ahead of Democratic State Senator Vincent Sheheen in the race to be South Carolina’s next governor. But she’s fallen to her lowest level of support this year and for the first time posts only a single-digit lead. The latest Rasmussen Reports telephone survey of Likely Voters in South Carolina finds Haley, a state legislator, earning 47% support, while Sheheen picks up 38% of the vote. Four […]
The latest Ramussen Reports telephone survey of Likely Voters in South Carolina shows Haley with 50% support to Sheheen’s 33%. Four percent (4%) like some other candidate in the race, and 13% remain undecided.
In an environment where Republicans seem to be favored over Democrats nationally, the same appears to hold in South Carolina, Republican Gubernatorial candidate Nikki Haley has gained over Democrat Vincent Sheheen for 49 to 35 percent in the previous poll to 52 to 36 percent in the latest poll performed by Rasmussen Reports. The spread has increased as well from 14 to 16 percentage points.
Republican gubernatorial candidate Nikki Haley says a President Obama visit to South Carolina would likely hurt her opponent, Democrat Vincent Sheheen. Haley, in an appearance Wednesday night with with Fox News Channel’s Sean Hannity, said South Carolinians have rejected the President’s stimulus package and his health care reform package. “I don’t think my opponent wants the president to come,” Haley said. Read more: S.C. Politics Today.
I am just reporting the buzz going around in DC that Barrett may drop out and let Haley focus on the Race in November with Democrat Governor candidate Sheheen. We don’t think Barrett is dropping out on Wednesday. We think Barrett will fight till the bitter end. Here is what National Review is reporting Chatting on Fox News with the boss, William Kristol suggested that the second-place finisher in South […]
South Carolina Primary Results U.S. House – District 4 – GOP Primary June 09, 2010 – 03:11AM ET South Carolina – 265 of 265 Precincts Reporting – 100% Max Runoff Cands=2 Name Party Votes Vote % Gowdy , Trey GOP 33,683 39% Inglis , Bob (i) GOP 23,727 28% Lee , Jim GOP 11,767 14% Thomas , David GOP 11,021 13% Jeffrey , Christina GOP 5,962 7% U.S. House – […]