Results of the South Carolina Exit Polls

The New York Times surveyed voters exiting the South Carolina Republican and Democratic Primaries.  Lets’s take a look at some of the results below… Sex of Voters Republican 51% Male 49% Female Democratic 39% Male 61% Female Race of Voters Republican 96% White 1% Black 1% Hispanic/Latino 0% Asian 2% Other Democratic 35% White 61% […]

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South Carolina is Huge Beneficiary of South Carolina Presidential Primaries

By Beth Richardson Candidate campaigns, media, and SuperPacs spend big dollars in South Carolina because of its influential “first-in-the-South” primary position–known especially to predict Republican nominee winners and provide a perspective for African-American voter preferences in both parties.  How much will be spent in South Carolina this year?  By all measures, the presidential primaries should […]

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The heat is on as the top three GOP candidates gear up for the South Carolina primary

With only 2 days left until the face-off, who will come out ahead?  Only time will tell…

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What’s Happening with the South Carolina Presidential Primaries?

By Rob Tyson This week, the ELECT Blog will analyze the Democrat and Republican Presidential Preference Primaries.  South Carolina is the hub of the political world for the next 10 days.  Presidential candidates will be flocking into the State in their effort to convince South Carolinians they are the best candidate for becoming the next […]

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